Having no commitments and never being vulnerable, Veronica enjoys being a mistress. She comes to realize her best friend holds the key to her heart and is the only one capable of extracting her emotions.
Max and Karen (Tracy Ryan) seem like a normal happily married couple, but in reality are undercover agents working for different governments. Their sexual relationship develops with new neighbors Melinda (Renee Rea) and Phil.
Victoria is a beautiful young woman who is just beginning to get a bit of success as a jewelry designer in Los Angeles. One day she meets the handsome and wealthy entrepreneur Jack. He manages to seduce her with an irresistible combination of charm and sensuality. With him everything is better and more intense than she has ever experienced: love, sex, ecstasy - She wants to do everything to make her lover happy. He keeps on going with his erotic games and he immerses her in a world of sexuality that she didn't even know existed. But after a while the adventure becomes too much and romance starts to frighten her. She tries to leave him, but he doesn't allow that. He can't live without her anymore. And that is the beginning of a dark downward spiral that will endanger even Victoria's life .Written by
That's for the characters involved of course. The viewer might feel different while watching this. Malena Morgan is a beautiful woman there are no doubts about that. Her acting talents on the other hand may be discussed (or disqualified if you are not enticed one bit by her beauty). And while this is not the best movie ever (it's mostly a build up to sex scenes, though they are all soft core in case you were wondering), this is still way better than 50 Shades of Grey. It may be more a "9 1/2 weeks" rip off, but the way the male is "playing" with our female "hero" can be interpreted into the "50 shades" category.
Having said all that and maybe writing too much for a movie, that doesn't have a plot other than the moral message that addiction and overdoing something is bad, the movie will certainly find its audience.
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