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Forever Mine

Forever Mine ★★ 1999 (R)

In 1973, cabana boy Alan (Fiennes) meets Ella (Mol), the seductive young wife of politico Mark (Liotta) at the Miami Beach resort where he works. It's lust at first sight but ends badly when Mark discovers the affair. But in 1987, Alan re-enters both their lives with a new identity, a new occupation, and a desire for revenge. Noir wannabe whose story doesn't always hold together (but is at least titillating for the sex scenes). 117m/C VHS, DVD . Joseph Fiennes, Ray Liotta, Gretchen Mol, Vincent Laresca;D: Paul Schrader; W: Paul Schrader; C: John Bailey; M: Angelo Badalamenti.

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