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The Last Mistress

HD   Unrated

Catherine Breillat

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About the Movie

Set in 19th century France, IFC's indie period piece, THE LAST MISTRESS chronicles the love affair between tempestuous Spanish mistress Vellini (Asia Argento) and distinguished, well-bred Ryno de Marigny (Fu'ad Ait Aattou). Ryno's attempt to remain faithful to his wife Hermangarde, a highly regarded young woman of the French aristocracy, profoundly fails as Vellini reappears in Ryno's life, offering him the passion and emotional connection he lacks in his marriage. His reluctant obsession with Vellini eventually overtakes his conscience, as he succumbs to the deceitful path of infidelity.

Customer Reviews

amazing

this movie i thought was absolutely amazing. i couldn't stop thinking about it for the next few days after i saw. i would definetly say it's worth the 2.99 to rent the story is gripping and the actors perform phenomenally. the sex scenes are bit in your face but the dialogue that occurs during them is vital to the story. in summation i would say that this is movie is inspiring, and beautiful.

The Last Mistress

What a bad movie! Bad story, bad performances, cheap production. Bad taste in idea, art direction and actors direction. What a waste!

Bad

This movie was just plain bad. Bad Bad Bad. Stupid plot. Stupit script. Stuupid sex scenes. An overall waste of time.

The Last Mistress
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  • $12.99
  • Genre: Romance
  • Released: 2007

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