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Consenting Adults

Rated R for sexuality, and for violence and language.

R 100min.
 
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Composer Richard Parker (Kevin Kline) and his wife Priscilla (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) live an ordinary suburban life until they meet their new neighbors Eddy (Kevin Spacey) and Kay (Rebecca Miller). Read More
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Richard Parker
Eddy Otis
Kay Otis
David Duttonville
George Gordon
Musician in Blues Connection
Mr. Watkins
Charleston Deputy
Director
September 24, 2009
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Let me begin by saying that I believe that Kline, Spacey and Whittaker are three of the finest actors who ever drew breath. .Having said that, however, I have to tell you that I found myself wondering if any of them even READ the script before signing a contract to act a movie that's an absolute DISASTER on SO many levels. God, there's so much wrong with this movie, it's hard to know where to

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