Truly, no woman could resist the erotic singularity that was Michael Douglas in the late 80s and early 90s. Glenn Close gives a haunting performance as Alex Forrest, an independent career woman burdened by mental instability and a dipshit attorney who opportunistically sleeps with her for an entire weekend while his family is out of town. Dan is arrested but ultimately exonerated by a tape Alex sent him in which she explicitly threatens to kill herself to ruin him, and in a final flashback we see Alex commit the act while listening to Madame Butterfly. Alex pops back up out of the water like Jason fucking Vorhees and Beth shoots her to death with the family gun. The crowd cheers presumably , the film fades out on a shot of a framed photograph of the happy Gallagher clan, and the credits roll. But the addition of an unsophisticated popcorn ending arguably helped make Fatal Attraction the biggest worldwide box office hit of , which is absolutely wild to think about in , a year in which that honor is reserved for films containing at least one character made entirely of digital effects.
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Faetal Attraction is the fourth episode of Season 1. When a Fury with an unfaithful spouse tries to hire Bo to kill her husband's mistress, Bo instead takes the side of the unsuspecting human woman and puts her under protection. Things quickly spin out of control, however, after the husband ends up brutally murdered, leaving Bo scrambling to contain a mess of jealousy and violence and unravel the mystery of the real killer — as Kenzi nearly becomes the next victim. Dyson has to submit to therapy at the cop shop when his romantic frustration over Bo causes anger issues, leading him and Bo to patch things up. Bo has been crestfallen since she found Dyson with the waitress from The Dal.
Michael Douglas: Glenn Close was 'raring to go' for Fatal Attraction sex scenes
Michael Douglas plays Dan Gallagher, a married man who has a weekend-long affair with single career woman Alex Forrest, played by Glenn Close. When he breaks off their affair, Alex goes a little nuts. Here are 11 scintillating facts about the movie, which was released 30 years ago today. In , Fatal Attraction screenwriter James Dearden wrote and directed a short film called Diversion. Fatal Attraction producers Sherry Lansing and Stanley Jaffe saw the short and asked Dearden to elaborate on the story.
It's the 30th anniversary of " Fatal Attraction ," which hit theaters on September 18, The hottest hot-button movie of its era, this drama about the drastic consequences of a one-night-stand sparked countless uncomfortable discussions about sex, feminism, and infidelity. Even though "Fatal Attraction" has loomed large in the popular imagination for 30 years, it still has some secrets.