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French director/writer Diane Kurys (with her first English language film) told a tale of infidelity in a passionate and erotic art film (a film about film-making itself).
It was about the life of the Italian poet Cesare Pavese (who committed suicide) and his last love, Gabriella.
Compiling the short works of ten different directors, this uneven and semi-indulgent film (originally unrated for sex and nudity, but re-rated as R) combined MTV-style images in brief vignettes to various operatic arias:wo naked gym attendants (Marion Peterson and Valérie Allain as Les Jeunes Filles) attempted to get the attention of disinterested muscle-bound bodybuilders in Paris's Weider Gym by flaunting themselves and threatening to stab the dehumanized men.
Bridget Fonda (in her first 'credited' film debut) was featured as part of a couple who committed suicide together in a Las Vegas bathtub (by slitting their wrists with shards of broken glass) after making love in a cheap hotel room lit by flashing neon signs.
In another bloody scene, fortune teller and voodoo practitioner Margaret Krusemark (Charlotte Rampling) was found dead, with her heart cut out with a sacrificial knife.
She climbed up onto the railing of her LA high-rise apartment's balcony and did a somesaulting swan dive to her death.The thrilling film told about seedy Brooklyn private detective Harry Angel (Mickey Rourke) who was hired by mysterious Louis Cyphre (Robert De Niro) (noted for having long fingernails) to investigate a missing persons case - to locate a big-band crooner and WWII draftee named Johnny Favourite, who had been neurologically wounded during military action.As he tracked down Favourite, many of the individuals he questioned or came into contact with ended up dead.Its tagline was: Their first sexual encounter was while they were dancing together to a scratchy phonograph record, and he impulsively touched her breast through her red dress.He suggested, "Let's go" and they went to his room.