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Elizabeth Hurley and Georgia Lock star in a sensual thriller with a devilish twist. On the anniversary of Rebecca’s (Lauren McQueen) death, Mia (Lock) returns to the Caribbean paradise where she and her best friend shared her final days. As Mia sets out to unravel the mysterious events of her passing, old passions rise, new secrets are uncovered and Mia is pulled into a seductive world of sex, betrayal, and murder.

Lionsgate’s new thriller “STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL, is in Theaters and Digital/OnDemand on Friday, April 5th.

Rating: 4
Good Movie!
Great Plot

The film’s one-location setting and beautiful cinematography kept me engaged throughout. Its plot twists, unexpected outcomes, and commendable acting brought the characters to life.

It felt like a low-budget film, but that didn’t hinder its ability to tell a compelling story. The single location chosen for the movie was a stroke of genius, offering a breathtaking backdrop for the unfolding events.

The cinematography made excellent use of the location, capturing its beauty and enhancing the viewing experience. Each shot was carefully framed, allowing the audience to immerse themselves in the story and feel like they were alongside the characters.

The plot twists and unexpected outcomes truly set this movie apart for me. When I thought I had the story figured out, the narrative took a sharp turn, leaving me pleasantly surprised. These twists kept me on my seat, eagerly anticipating what would happen next.

The movie skillfully weaves various storylines, creating a complex web of suspense and intrigue. As the layers of the plot were peeled back, I found myself more and more invested in the characters and their fates.

The casting choices were spot-on, with each actor perfectly suited for their respective roles. From the protagonist to the supporting characters, their performances added an extra layer of authenticity to the movie.

Its captivating location, intriguing plot twists, and impressive acting made it a memorable viewing experience. I highly recommend giving this film a chance, as it proves that a limited budget doesn’t necessarily equate to a lackluster movie.

IN THEATERS: 4/5/2024
GENRE: Thriller
RUNTIME: 89 min.
DIRECTOR: Damian Hurley
WRITER: Damian Hurley
CAST: Elizabeth Hurley, Georgia Lock, Lauren McQueen, Freddie Thorp, Genevieve Gaunt

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