Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Seduced


I watched The Last Seduction last night. It is a 1994 film that reminds me of Alfred Hitchcock films and I love Alfred Hitchcock films.

The Last Seduction stars Linda Fiorentino playing a woman who is not only smart, independent and beautiful, but also a very stylish dresser. That's the good news. The bad news is that she is morally corrupt and uses people to get her way.

I want to be Linda Fiorentino when I grow up... the good news part, not the bad news part.

(By the way, the film has a trans-related sub-plot.)








Karl Davies and Patrick Walshe McBride
Karl Davies and Patrick Walshe McBride femulate in a 2018 episode of UK television's Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators. (Thank you, Jenny)

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the Femulation TV link. That scene is about 23 minutes in.

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    1. Where did you view it?

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    2. AnonymousJune 26, 2019

      https://ww1.youwatch-series.com/shakespeare-hathaway-private-investigators-saison-1-episode-07-VO-5VPHYGMF9J.html

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    3. found it lol http://www.movies25.org/watch/shakespeare-hathaway-private-investigators-season-1/episode-7.html

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    4. I'm from the UK, so it's available via BBC iPlayer.

      You may get lucky via Amazon Prime or BBC America.

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  2. It's a BBC show which is actually quite enjoyable as it's a light comedic detective show based in Stratford on Avon. You might get it on any channel you can view BBC or some pay channels. The BBC have pretty much got it all locked down. The episode is Series 1, Episode 7 - The Fairest Show Means Most Deceit

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  3. The BBC have pretty much got it all locked down but it is an enjoyable light detective series set in Stratford on Avon. The episode is Series 1, Episode 7 - The Fairest Show Means Most Deceit and you may get it on any channel that shows the BBC in the US and/or some pay channels. It is on BBC IPlayer which is the BBC's catchup channel but I don't know what your situation is with viewing in the states?

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  4. I saw that episode of Shakespeare and Hathaway just last week on the local PBS in Chicago and thought "I should tell Stana about it." I'm always on the look out for femulation on TV! The Brits do television and femulation so well.

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