Prestige Sleaze: Fatal Attraction

Fatal Attraction

USA | 1987 | 119 min. | Adrian Lyne

Now Playing - Jun 24, 2024

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A torrid affair with unforeseen consequences spins Michael Douglas and Glenn Close into a whirlwind of obsession and danger. What begins as passion becomes a harrowing descent into betrayal and terror, testing the limits of desire and the fragility of trust in this gripping psychological thriller.

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Make it a double feature on June 15 with two steamy Michael Douglas performances, with Fatal Attractionat 5:00pm and at 7:45pm, a 20-minute drag show by Camp Napalm before the screening of Basic Instinct.


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Monday, June 24, 2024

In Fatal Attraction, a passionate affair between married lawyer Dan and seductive Alex takes a terrifying turn when she becomes obsessed. Alex's escalating jealousy and manipulation transform a fling into a nightmare, threatening Dan's career, family, and sanity. As the tension builds, the film evolves into a gripping psychological thriller, exploring themes of lust, betrayal, and the consequences of unchecked desire. Glenn Close's unforgettable portrayal of Alex delivers a chilling performance, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats as the boundaries between love and obsession blur. With its intense cat-and-mouse game and shocking twists, Fatal Attraction is a riveting exploration of the dark side of relationships, leaving viewers haunted by its chilling portrayal of love gone wrong.

  • Director: Adrian Lyne
  • Principal Cast: Michael Douglas, Glenn Close
  • Country: USA
  • Year: 1987
  • Running Time: 119 min.
  • Producer: Stanley R. Jaffe, Sherry Lansing
  • Screenplay: James Dearden
  • Cinematographers: Howard Atherton
  • Editors: Peter E. Berger, Michael Kahn
  • Music: Maurice Jarre
  • Filmography: Lolita (1997), Indecent Proposal (1993), Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
  • Language: English

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