A shrink who makes you think, Mumford (Loren Dean) is a small-town psychologist with an unconventional therapeutic technique that works like a tonic on townspeople such as Hope Davis, Mary McDonnell and Ted Danson. Written and directed by Lawrence Kasdan (The Big Chill, Grand Canyon), Mumford takes you to the same kind of heartwarming place that director Frank Capra visited regularly in his 1930s and '40s films. Also starring Lucy Laurier, Helene Cardona, Simone Kerrick, Kelly Monaco.
Sent to infiltrate the Russian mafia, undercover agent Eric Roberts finds himself seduced by the violent and flashy lifestyle. As he sinks deeper into a world of danger, he becomes embroiled in a torrid affair with the wife of a ruthless hit man, putting his job--and his life--in jeopardy. Shawn Doyle, Yaphet Kotto, Romano Orzari co-star.
The taste of chocolate leads to a deadly voyeuristic odyssey for a recently divorced man (Henry Thomas) trying to put his life back together. Inexplicably, he finds himself plagued by random sensory flashes and discovers that he's seeing through the eyes of a beautiful artist (Lucie Laurier) ... with a penchant for murder. This intriguing episode taken from Showtime's original series "Masters of Horror" co-stars Matt Frewer, Leah Graham, Ali Staseson.
I don't speak French so I'm going to guess: A guy's wife is sick in the hospital. He races really fast cars. Lucie Laurier sits naked in the tub. She also dances in the general vicinity of a pole. They talk a lot in french and Lucie always looks hot. Bianca Gervais also looks hot. So does Myriam Tallard. nuf said.