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Perfect Strangers

When Melanie (Rachael Blake) goes home from the pub with a handsome stranger (Sam Neill), she's captivated by his charm and attentiveness. He sails her away to his 'castle' - a rundown shack on a deserted island. But when seduction becomes deception and passion becomes possession, Melanie realizes that she has been kidnapped. Torn between fear and desire, Melanie must escape - but her ardent admirer has other plans... Writer/Director Gaylene Preston's best film to date, this chilling romance features exquisite photography from Alun Bollinger filmed on the South Island's West Coast. With Joel Tobeck.

Year: 2003
Genre: Drama, New Zealand Film
Country: NZ
Director: Gaylene Preston
Starring: Sam Neill, Rachael Blake, Joel Tobeck
Duration: 98 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains low level violence.
5.2/10
Location in store: New Zealand Film

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