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Double Deal (1984)





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This unexciting story is about a woman who leaves her husband for an interlude of illicit romance and crime. The film begins with two parallel sequences: the fashion model Christine (Angela Punch McGregor) is at home, bored with her married life to Peter (Louis Jourdan) a wealthy businessman, and while those scenes play out, a silver-suited biker is on the prowl. Soon the biker steals a Rolls and follows Christine home, where in quick order they trash her house, take off together, and later rob a post office dressed as clowns. As the film cuts between Peter, Christine, the biker, and Peter's secretary, it is difficult to tell who really has the upper hand, who is actually in control, and who is being manipulated. Unfortunately, this guessing game becomes less interesting as the events in the film become less plausible, and the lack of surprises or shocking scenes -- especially to modern audiences with well-constructed shock absorbers -- makes for a dull 90 minutes. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi


Diana Craig
as June Stevens
Warwick Comber
as Young Man
Peter Cummins
as Detective Mills
Bruce Spence
as Doug Mitchell
June Jago
as Mrs. Coolidge
Kerry Walker
as Sibyl Anderson
Harold Baigent
as Sir Henry
Louis Jourdan
as Peter Sterling
Angela Punch McGregor
as Christine Sterling
Don Bridges
as Station assistant
Sean Myers
as Freddie
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