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Like Body Heat, The Last Seduction updates film noir techniques for a modern era, imbuing this erotic film with '90s snark. Read critic reviews

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Looking to escape her unhappy marriage, villainous femme fatale Bridget Gregory (Linda Fiorentino) convinces her husband, Clay (Bill Pullman), to sell cocaine, then steals the profits and runs out on him. She stops in a small town en route to Chicago, where she ensnares her next conquest, insurance man Mike Swale (Peter Berg). After getting a job at his insurance company, Bridget convinces Mike to run a scam -- but things take a deadly turn when she recruits him to help get rid of her husband.

Cast & Crew

Linda Fiorentino
Bridget Gregory, Wendy Kroy
Peter Berg
Mike Swale
Bill Pullman
Clay Gregory
J.T. Walsh
Frank Griffith
Herb Mitchell
Bob Trotter
John Dahl
Director
Joseph Vitarelli
Original Music
Jeff Jur
Cinematographer
David Rubin
Casting
Linda Pearl
Production Design
Dina Lipton
Art Direction
Terry Dresbach
Costume Designer
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Critic Reviews for The Last Seduction

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Audience Reviews for The Last Seduction

  • Jun 12, 2013
    The most diabolical femme fatale bitch of all times incomparably played by ruthlessly sexy Fiorentino, paying proper tribute to Wilder's noir trademarks. Worth-watching. 76/100
    Edgar C Super Reviewer
  • Jan 17, 2013
    An efficient film noir with a clever plot and an extremely diabolical femme fatale played by a very inspired Linda Fiorentino. Also deserving praise is Bill Pullman, who is surprisingly funny as the furious husband trying to catch her in this witty cat-and-mouse game.
    Carlos M Super Reviewer
  • Aug 21, 2011
    The last seduction must have been one of the best thrillers during the 1990's with one of the best female acts I've ever seen. Linda Fiorentino did a remarkable job as the femme fatale stealing her husband's drug money. It was all about lies, taking advantage of people and hidden secrets.Bill Pullman played an interesting character as the husband trying to track down his wife. But it was Peter Berg, who stood out in the movie as the young man falling in love with Fiorentino, and ofcourse Linda Fiorentino herself who steals this movie. Every scene with those two in entertained, both on a comedy and dramatic and the sex scenes were amazing, all thanks to the great directorial hand by John Dahl. Peter Berg had an interesting face accompanied by a terrific sense for acting, giving his character the extra sensitive touch the movie required. This is a movie that will stand the test of time, it started a bit slow in the begining but catched up very quickly.
    Daisy M Super Reviewer
  • Aug 26, 2010
    Director John Dahl and actress Linda Fiorentino accomplish a very difficult task; to make you simultaneously empathize with and despise the character of Bridget Gregory. Probably one of the best femme fatale's to ever grace the screen.
    Alec B Super Reviewer

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