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Desire (2000)





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Francis, a brooding pianist named by his mother after Liszt, longs to be on the classical stage, but instead plays the requests of inebriated guests at a hotel lounge. At an elementary school where he is enrolling his young daughter, 25-year-old Francis meets and falls in love with Halley, a lonely teacher living with her father. Halley and Francis embark on a passionate affair and Francis acquires a new confidence. But when a girl goes missing from Halley's school, their relationship begins unraveling. A private detective is hired to investigate the disappearance and he muses out-loud to a gathering of teachers about the workings of a murderer's mind. Clues are embedded in the tiniest of details, they are told. At a school picnic another child goes missing. Francis finds the girl, but his heroism is short-lived when Halley begins to suspect that something is very wrong.


Mary Stavin
as Adrienne
Greg Daniel
as Police Captain
Carrie Hall
as Receptionist
Deborah Worthington
as Gordon's Assistant
Gere Baker
as Hostess
Rod Britt
as Cop Clerk
O'Neal Compton
as Dockworker
Don Fischer
as Male Model
Joseph Ferreri
as Hot Dog Vendor
Evelyn Furtak
as Secretary
Melanie Good
as Kathleen
Mitchell Hankin
as Bartender
Carrie Janisse
as Female Model
Hugh B. Holub
as FBI Agent
Andrea Riave
as Nicole's Roommate
Thomas Schuler
as Lauren's Partner
Glen Naessens
as Flashback Killer
Marcia Shapiro
as Store Manager
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