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|The Wild Side|
Actors: Anne Heche, Christopher Walken, Joan Chen, Steven Bauer, Allen Garfield
Director: Donald Cammell
Genres: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
A daring double-life leads a beautiful young woman down a silken path of sex, scandal and greed in this steamy, provocative thriller. Bank exec by day - high priced call girl by night, Alex gets in deeper than she ever ima... more »
Anne Heche & Joan Chen together
K Trout | 11/19/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Anne Heche & Joan Chen together in a lesbian love scene is really the only reason to check this movie out as a rental(this version anyway). Christopher Walken gives an over the top performance that ends up being hilarious. Anne Heche is a banker by day and an escort by night and plays the part well. She and Joan Chen, who plays the wife of Walken's character, make for some nice eye candy in this film, and as I metioned are pretty much the reason for watching it. The director, Donald Cammell apparently committed suicide over the stripped version of this film that was released. The director's cut is supposedly available overseas. One can only imagine what the director's original vision of this film was after seeing this version. Good for a few laughs, even though that may not have been the intent, and the scenes with Heche and Chen are pretty erotic."
"Cleaned up" version.
Gwaithmir | Chester, MA | 11/26/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I had seen this movie on VHS several years ago. The scenes between Heche and Chen were especially erotic and would probably be of great interest to lesbian couples. The DVD issue has, however, been "cleaned up" for a milder rating. Upon viewing the DVD, I was disappointed to discover that the best erotic scene between the two women, although not that explicit to begin with, had been removed."
M. Heldt | Chicago | 02/04/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you ever thought it might be funny to see Christopher Walken have sex with another man, this movie delivers. This movie has no idea what it wanted to be, and it is better for its lack of vision, direction, or meaning. It is a tour de force of absurdist, accidental da da."