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Psycho Lesbian Prostitute or Fatal Subtraction

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Release Date: March 26, 2010

Starring: Joanna Moore, Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried, and Max Thieriot

Genre: Drama

Audience: Adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 96 minutes

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Michael Barker, Tom Bernard and Marcia Bloom
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Sony Pictures Classics (Sony Pictures Entertainment)
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Content:

(PaPaPa, HoHoHo, LLL, V, SSS, NN, A, D, MMM) Very strong pagan worldview with very strong homosexual lesbian content; 18 mostly strong obscenities (mostly “f” words), five strong profanities, and seven light profanities; light violence when woman falls out window (apparently partly by choice) and when teenagers play hockey; extreme sexual content includes lengthy depicted lesbian sex scene, depicted fornication between prostitute posing as a student with a college-bound teenage boy, depicted kissing between two women, prostitute posing as student sticks hand down married man’s pants but the depicted scene did not really take place, teenage boy has girlfriend stay over at his house and parents allow it, implied and depicted adultery, and woman lies when she mentions bedroom sex with woman’s husband; multiple scenes with much upper female nudity and some rear female nudity, plus women in underwear; alcohol use; smoking; and, dysfunctional marriage, rebellious teenage son, parents show lack of discipline toward teenage son, lying, deceit, obsession, it is implied that married man often flirts with younger women and maybe cheats on his wife with them, woman hires prostitute to deceive her husband, and revenge.

Summary:

CHLOE is a disturbing, abhorrent drama about a married middle-aged doctor who hires a prostitute to seduce her husband, to confirm the husband is cheating on her. There is no reason to make this salacious, perverted movie, which is, in fact, a remake of a mediocre French film.

Review:

CHLOE is a disturbing, abhorrent erotic drama about a married middle-aged woman who thinks her flirty husband is cheating on her.

Dr. Catherine Stewart suspects her husband, David, a music professor, is cheating on her with the younger students he meets. So, she hires a high-class prostitute she’s seen working the streets near her posh Toronto women’s clinic to entice David into an affair.

Catherine is aroused by Chloe’s reports on David. So much so that Catherine starts an affair with Chloe herself. When, however, Catherine tries to end the lesbian affair after two sessions, Chloe targets Catherine and David’s college-bound teenage son, Michael, who just got dumped by his girlfriend.

Explicit sex and nudity, not to mention strong foul language, permeates this awful movie of marital infidelity and homosexual perversion. Not content with pushing the envelope regarding its lesbian affair, the movie has a scene depicting sex between the prostitute and the underage son. There is absolutely no reason to make this movie, which is, in fact, a remake of a mediocre French movie.

Of course, the plot to this movie is straight out of FATAL ATTRACTION, but with much more salacious, more lewd content. Acclaimed director Atom Egoyan goes off the deep end with this one.

In Brief:

CHLOE is a disturbing, abhorrent drama about a married middle-aged woman who thinks her flirty husband is cheating on her. Dr. Catherine Stewart suspects her husband, David, a music professor, is cheating on her with the young students he meets. So, she hires a high-class prostitute she’s seen working the streets near her Toronto women’s clinic to entice David into an affair. Catherine is aroused by Chloe’s reports on David. So much so that Catherine starts an affair with Chloe herself. When Catherine tries to end the lesbian affair after two sessions, Chloe targets Catherine and David’s college-bound teenage son, Michael, who just got dumped by his girlfriend.



Explicit sex and nudity, not to mention strong foul language, permeates this awful movie of marital infidelity and homosexual perversion. Not content with pushing the envelope regarding its lesbian affair, the movie has a scene depicting sex between the prostitute and the underage son. There is absolutely no reason to make this movie, which is, in fact, a remake of a mediocre French movie. Of course, the plot to this is straight out of FATAL ATTRACTION, but with far more salacious, lewd content.