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Body Chemistry 3: Point of Seduction

Body Chemistry 3: Point of Seduction ★★ 1993 (R)

TV producer Alan Clay (Stevens) finds himself caught in a business and sexual triangle when he okays the making of a movie about the life of a TV sex therapist (Shattuck). Seems the lady's lovers have a nasty habit of getting murdered which doesn't prevent Clay from getting personally involved. His actress wife (Fairchild), who wants to star in the movie, is not pleased. Lives up to its title. 90m/C VHS, DVD . Andrew Stevens, Morgan Fairchild, Shari Shattuck; D: Jim Wynorski; W: Jackson Barr; C: Don E. Fauntleroy; M: Chuck Cirino.

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