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Indiscretion plays out like a Lifetime movie and lo and behold, at least according to IMDb, was indeed apparently aired on that network in the U.S. While it’s never a bad thing to see Mira Sorvino, this romance-thriller is rather bland and contrived.

 

 

Indiscretion
(2016)

Genre(s): Suspense/Thriller, Drama, Romance
MPI Media Group | NR – 100 min. – $14.98 | November 14, 2017
Date Published: 11/11/2017 | Author: The Movieman


MOVIE INFO:
Directed by: John Stewart Muller
Writer(s): Laura Boersma & John Stewart Muller (written by)
Cast: Mira Sorvino, Cary Elwes, Christopher Backus, Katherine McNamara, LisaGay Hamilton, Melora Walter
DISC INFO:
Features: Commentary, Trailer
Digital Copy: No
Formats Included: DVD
Number of Discs: 1
Audio: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35
Subtitles: English SDH
Region(s): 1

 

PLOT SYNOPSIS


While her politician husband (CARY ELWES) and precocious teenage daughter (KATHERINE MCNAMARA) are away, New Orleans psychiatrist Veronica Simon (MIRA SORVINO) enjoys a weekend fling with Victor (CHRISTOPHER BACKUS), an alluring young sculptor. But after Veronica calls off the affair, Victor refuses to let go and will stop at nothing to have Veronica for himself. Just how far will Victor go to get what he wants, and is there anything Veronica can do to stop his made obsession before it destroys her family?

 

SPECIAL FEATURES – 1.5/5


This release comes with an Audio Commentary with Co-Writer/Director John Stewart Muller, Co-Writer/Producer Laura Boersma, and Cinematographer Frederick Schroeder; and the Trailer.

 

VIDEO – 3.75/5, AUDIO – 3.5/5


As made-for-TV movies go, the movie doesn’t look half bad presented with a 2.35 widescreen aspect ratio and also delivers a decent enough Dolby Digital 5.1 track offering okay depth with the score while the bulk of the movie is dialogue driven coming through the center channel.

OVERALL – 2.5/5


Overall, Indiscretion plays out like a Lifetime movie and lo and behold, at least according to IMDb, was indeed apparently aired on that network in the U.S. While it’s never a bad thing to see Mira Sorvino, this romance-thriller is rather bland and contrived.

 

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