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Femme Fatale
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Femme Fatale 1991

From Amazon: International con artist/thief Laure Ash helps pull off a diamond robbery in Cannes during the annual film festival. She double-crosses her partners-in-crime and makes off with the diamonds to Paris where she accidently assumes the identy of a distraught woman who commits suicide and then leaves the country. Seven years later, Laure (now called Lily Watts) re-surfaces as the wife of the new American ambassador to France where a certain Nicolas Barto, a Spanish photographer, takes her picture which sets the stage for a motion of events as the evil Laure resorts to low, underhanded means to protect her former identity by emotionally and financially destroying Nicolas while evading her former partners-in-crime still looking for her to reclaim the stolen diamonds. (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsBrian DePalma
Rebecca RomijnRebecca Romijn
Antonio BanderasAntonio Banderas
Peter CoyotePeter Coyote
Eriq EbouaneyEriq Ebouaney
No image existsEdouard Montoute

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Femme Fatale Movie Review by Movie Addict (6/15/2008)

I'm sorry... You look so familiar. Haven't we met before, somewhere? That sounds like a tired pickup line, but it is significant to this movie in a way that cannot be explained without giving away the plot.

I watched this to see Rie Rasmussen's (Angel-A) debut film. She had a small role, but oh, so, delicious to watch!...

(complete Femme Fatale review by Movie Addict)

Femme Fatale Movie Review by Mitch (9/6/2006)

With The Black Dahlia hitting theaters on September 15th, I am going to be reviewing a few of Brian De Palma's films including The Untouchables, The Fury, Femme Fatale, Mission: Impossible and Dressed To Kill. I am starting with Femme Fatale for the sole reason that it just happens to be the only De Palma film I own. So...

(complete Femme Fatale review by Mitch)

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