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DEADLY VIRTUES (Love, Honour, Obey) Film Review
Directed By Ate de Jong
Genre: Thriller - Horror
Tom and Alison are doggy style in the throes of their Friday night sex when they are violently interrupted by an enigmatic Frenchman we later learn is called Aaron. He ties them up in elaborate rope binds and so, you think, begins another home invasion/torture porn flick. As the dust settles on the horror of the intrusion, a very different story unfolds than the one you're expecting. DEADLY VIRTUES It's a delightful, suspense filled thriller. Edward Akrout (as Aaron) is great as the understated villain. He's a cruel bastard, but he's a smooth talking charmer too. The tension between him and Megan Maczko (as Alison) teeters on the edge of death to one of them as his actions and words taunt her mere existence. When we reach Monday, he slips out of their lives as seamlessly as he entered it - leaving deep, dark emotional scars behind that Tom and Alison can never recover. Strong performances, rounded characters and a tight screenplay by Mark Rogers mean you're gripped from start to finish.
DEADLY VIRTUES is out now on DVD and Video On Demand Platforms from 10 February 2017.
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