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Jaded (1999)
Starring: Catherine Dent, Frankie Faison, Ellen Greene, Carla Gugino, Rya Kihlstedt, Rob Knepper, Christopher McDonald, Anna Thompson, Lorraine Toussaint, Aida Turturro
Director: Caryn Krooth
Category: Suspense / Thriller, Drama
Studio: Avalanche Home Entertainment
95 mins



Not Every Sexual Predator Is A Man.

When Meg (Carla Gugino, Snake Eyes) finds that she is the object of attraction for two sexy, uninhibited girls at bar, she finds her curiosity aroused, despite herself. But tattooed Pat (Rya Kihllstedt, Deep Impact) and girlish Alex (Anna Thomson, True Romance) have more planned than just a party - and Meg is central to the action.

But as Megs's haunted past begins to catch up with her, the truth is not how it appears.Who do you trust when the boundaries of fantasy and reality cross over the line?


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