You always think you can trust the neighbors, but what happens when one of them decides they want your life, no matter the cost? Such is the tale of Consenting AdultsAlan J. The film will make you questions whether you really know the neighbors, after all.
Psychotic neighbors are the latest riff on the urban paranoia theme, to follow psychotic one-night stands, nanniescops and roommates. Pakula and writer Matthew Chapman, provides no sense of the passage of time, making huge leaps from one narrative point to another with only the barest string connecting them. There is, for example, a stretch where the audience is unsure just who was involved in the plot, an intriguing possibility that seems to be due more to happenstance than design.
Consenting Adults is a American mystery crime - thriller film directed by Alan J. The original music score was composed by Michael Small. The film's tagline is: "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife. Composer Richard Parker and his wife Priscilla live an ordinary suburban life until they meet their new neighbors Eddy and Kay Otis.
Richard and Priscilla Parker are an ordinary suburban couple whose lives are invaded and rocked by their hedonistic, secretive new neighbors, Eddy and Kay Otis. Smith Jr. David Permut Alan J.
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Composer Richard Parker and his wife Priscilla live an ordinary suburban life until they meet their new neighbors Eddy and Kay Otis. The two couples became friends. Kay's talent for blues singing gets Richard's attention, and Eddy is attracted to Priscilla.