This is an educational, as for behaviour of female sociopath, movie depicting a female sociopath, starring Linda Fiorentino , Peter Berg , Bill Pullman. Director John Dahl presents modern Film-Noir. The movie is rated 7. Florentno is amazing in this movie and being a very bright person herself helped her in this role.
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In "The Last Seduction," Dahl gives us Linda Fiorentino as the baddest of the bad women, the most full-blown yet utterly believable femme fatale to come along in years. There is nothing kittenish about Fiorentino -- her charm is pure brazenness. As Bridget, the nasty lady from the big city, she plays the kind of woman who will spend the night with a guy and go into the kitchen the next morning and put out her cigarette in his grandma's apple pie. Her power derives from everyone else's inability to believe any human being can really be that rotten. Bill Pullman plays her white- collar-slimeball husband, who at the start of the film collects half a million dollars in a drug deal. He plans to use part of the cash to pay off some antsy loan sharks, but Bridget makes off with the money while he is in the shower and goes to hide out in a small town in upstate New York.
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Let's make one thing clear: I do not aspire to being a murderous sociopath. But as soon as I clapped eyes on nonchalant, sharp-talking Bridget Linda Fiorentino in 's noir thriller The Last Seduction , I was filled with the vicarious excitement that the movies' best fantasy figures inspire. First, she's ruling the sales floor.
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