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Tuesday, April 1, 2014
(1990) Body Chemistry
ADULT DRAMA/ THRILLER
This is the first of 4 "Body Chemistry" movies, and I'm only reviewing the VHS copy of it, starring Marc Singer as family man, Tom Redding, who works as a sex researcher. And upon meeting Dr. Claire Archer (Lisa Pescia) from Washington, Tom begins to have an extra-marital affair with her, for the intention of getting this important contract. After Tom gets his promotion, he then tries to ignore Claire to amends with his wife, with expected results.
This is like the more erotic version of "Fatal Attraction" as well as other films about employees trying to get ahead by sleeping around with their bosses, or in this case to get a particular contract. All I'm going to say is that, to see so much of these movies can get kind of tiring. Give this movie extra stars if this movie can turn you on.
The chemistry may be right but the consequences can be murder. A scientist studying human sexual response finds his work so stimulating that he begins an affair with a fellow scientist. Moral of the story, don't dip your pen in the company ink.
In the interest of science, lab researchers explore sexual response on each other and forego proper procedure of test subjects in a controlled environment. Singer spends most of the film under heavy stress and looking like the cat who just ate the canary.
Two words: straight class.
This is a bit much! Not for the faint at heart!
...one of the best of its kind!