The Last Seduction  

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The Last Seduction is a neo-noir 1994 film directed by John Dahl.

The movie features Linda Fiorentino as the femme fatale, Peter Berg as a small-town man whose one night affair turns into more than he wanted, and Bill Pullman as Fiorentino's husband who's chasing her and running from loan sharks at the same time. Fiorentino's performance generated talk of a possible Oscar nomination, but because the film was shown on cable television (HBO) before it was released to theaters in 1994, she was disqualified from Oscar consideration.



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