A year before she has had a terrible accident in Malta where she was staying with her husband Max Antonio Cupo in his family villa and she was in a coma for two weeks. It added nothing to the plot. The relationship between the two women develops too quickly. Was that rape scene in the hotel room necessary? The Movie In Malta on vacation, a beautiful woman named Alice was in a terrible accident, resulting in a coma and memory loss. She is halfway through the work of his new book, but cannot write anymore.
Why did they murder detective guy? Olie Coen Archer Avenue archeravenue. Two different women, one sensual and. There aren't glaring mistakes, but the music and the dialogue aren't well-done either, with a cheap feel that won't shock you. But not everything is as it appears to be, and someone is hiding a few very sinister secrets. Since then, she has been suffering from depression and has recurrent and cryptic nightmares. They are welcomed by Sara, who Max has hired to help around the house.
The cinematography is terrible, regardless of the specs or cameras, and it's not surprising that more details aren't available, because who would possibly have taken the time to advertise or dissect this film any more than was absolutely necessary? But this movie couldn't even do that right. Extras: There are no bonus features on the disc, thank God. You might recognize Kristanna Loken from T3, she was the T-X, but there's a reason you haven't heard from her since. She is half through the work of the his new book, but cannot write anymore. Suffering from writer's block, she returns to the island to recover when she meets the sensual Sara.
So her husband Max schedules a trip for the pair back to Malta, back to the house, back to the place where it all went down, with the hope that Alice can finally get over whatever happened there, that she will be able to write once more with the talent she once possessed. As they bond, a shady stranger begins to taint the stay with mystery. A year before she has had a terrible accident in Malta where she was staying with her husband Max Antonio Cupo in his family villa and she was in a coma for two weeks. A year ago, Alice had a terrible accident in Malta and was in a coma for two weeks. Cast: , , , Director: Genres: Mystery , , Production Co: Latina Pictures.
She can no longer remember the house, the vacation, the accident, or what happened there, it's all gone in a flash. That applies to films as much as to anything else, how else are you supposed to develop your taste if all you ever taste is the best? Audio: The audio is the same; not worth mentioning. Just use me as your guinea pig and stay as far away from this disaster as you possibly can. Cast Kristanna Loken Alice Antonio Cupo Max Sarai Givaty Sara Giulio Berruti Castellano Original Script by Luca D'Alisera and Original Script by Jenny York Directed by Alessandro Capone Genre drama, suspense Rating R Showtime Advisories Adult Content, Adult Language, Rape, Violence, Nudity, Strong Sexual Content Released 2017. Before she can ever write again, she's got to face her past and her fears.
Suffering from writer's block, she returns to the island to recover when she meets the sensual Sara. There are a few boobs, but it feels uncomfortable and strange, not in any way sexy. What is that video on the cellphone about? Since then, she has been suffering from depression and has recurrent and cryptic nightmares. Subtitles are available in English for the deaf and hearing impaired. No emotions between the actors. As they bond, a shady stranger begins to taint the stay with mystery. The picture is bad, dark and weird at times, and can simply be listed as another piece of evidence in the case to have this film expunged from the record books.
Body of Deceit doesn't deserve to be seen; it deserves to be incinerated. The video, audio, and extras are equally and insanely bad, so don't go looking for any redeeming characteristics. And it's insulting to that channel to even mention it in the same breath as this movie, because even those executives would have shot down this script. Upon waking up, she had lost part of her memory and still has no recollection of the accident or her stay in Malta. The Blu-ray Video: With an aspect ratio of who knows and shot with a who cares, the video quality of Body of Deceit is the least of its problems, but also somehow another of its flaws.
Max persuades her to go back to Malta in the hopes that something will unblock her mind so she can start working again and meet her deadline. On waking up she had lost part of her memory and has no recollection of the accident and her stay in Malta. . It's not that Body of Deceit is bad, it's that it's so bad you begin to lose faith in cinema and wonder if you'll ever enjoy moving pictures ever again. Who is the random guy acting like a detective and why does he even care? Back at home, Alice struggles to continue her job as a ghostwriter for a famous author. A year has passed since she had a terrible accident in Malta where she was staying with her husband Max Antonio Cupo in his family villa and was in a coma for two weeks. I'm even fairly armored against terrible cinema, have learned to enjoy it as much as it can be enjoyed, and this film still almost got me rethinking my profession and my believe in sunshine and chocolate and puppies; how can nice things exist while this movie does? That's is, and that shows the effort they put into the audio of the film, which is none whatsoever.
In the beautiful Maltese villa surrounded by lemon trees, they are welcomed by a stunning Mediterranean girl Sara Sarai Givaty Max has hired to help around the house. She'll have to shatter it instead, revealing all the hidden truths and her own deeply buried desires. Of course I'm being dramatic for fun and to make a point, but not completely; it's actually almost that awful. It's embarrassingly bad, as are the actors, who lacked the ability to help out in any way. Max persuades her to return to Malta, hoping that something will unblock her mind.