Body Heat – Filtered

Theatrical Release: August 28, 1981
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Synopsis

Ned Racine is a seedy small town lawyer in Florida. During a searing heatwave he’s picked up by married Matty Walker. A passionate affair commences but it isn’t long before they realise the only thing standing in their way is Matty’s rich husband Edmund. A plot hatches to kill him but will they pull it off?

Dove Review

Body Heat is pretty much exactly what it sounds like ~ the most immoral film i have ever watched the whole movie was about a man (Ned) who meets a married woman (Matty) and falls in love with her. They repeatedly commit adultery and talk about killing Matty’s husband to retrieve the massive inheritance, and then finally do. After the killing Matty frames Ned for the murder, Ned gets put in jail and Matty lives on some beach somewhere enjoying her “new found wealth”.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Man coming onto a married woman, "maybe you need a tune up, don't tell me you have just the right tool", Ned and Matty kiss several times, Making out and little girl walks in on them, lay in bed together with no shirts on ~ see the back of Matty and front of Ned.
Language: Matty wishes her husband was dead, They talk about killing husband, Talk about divorce, talk again about killing
Violence: Ned throws stool through glass window, 2 bomb explosions.
Drugs: smoking and beer drinking throughout.
Nudity: Woman walking around in bra and panties,Short cut shirt~when getting out of car you almost see her panties, man laying in just his underwear, cleavage. Woman laying in her lingerie.
Other: none

Info

Company: Warner Home entertainment
Director: Lawrence Kasdan
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 113 min.
Reviewer: Debbie Satala