Indiscretion gets busted on Lifetime!

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Isn’t it just like a typical man to be waiting in your car smoking while you don’t notice he’s sitting back there because you are blind?

Don’t you hate it when you are a politician’s wife and your affair suddenly turns into a dangerous stalker situation that threatens to destroy everything? Lifetime has heard your pain and given us Indiscretion, in which Mira Sorvino deals with the struggle we all go through!

In director John Stewart Muller’s steamy and stylish psychological thriller, Mira Sorvino stars as Veronica, a politician’s wife whose brief affair with a troubled young artist comes back to haunt her when he begins to infiltrate every part of her life. While her husband and daughter are away, New Orleans psychiatrist Veronica Simon enjoys a weekend fling with Victor (Christopher Backus), an alluring young sculptor. But after Veronica calls off the affair, Victor refuses to let go and will stop at nothing to have Veronica for himself. Just how far will Victor go to get what he wants, and is there anything Veronica can do to stop his mad obsession before it destroys her family?

Indiscretion stars Mira Sorvino, Cary Elwes, Christopher Backus, Katherine McNamara, LisaGay Hamilton, and Melora Walters. It is directed by John Stewart Muller (Fling) and written by Laura Boersma (Fling) and John Stewart Muller.

Indiscretion premieres Saturday, July 23rd on Lifetime!

via Lifetime

4 thoughts on “Indiscretion gets busted on Lifetime!

  1. Thoughts: Watched it purely for Katherine McNamara, whose character, unfortunately(and like all the other characters in this film), has little-to-no redeeming quality whatsoever(180 opposite her character in Freeform’s Shadowhunters). In one particular scene involving Sorvino’s character & her husband, I could hardly hear any of the “conversation” because there was so much constant swearing that the whole scene was almost completely muted silent by the Lifetime Network sensors. It was very distracting & at first I wondered if something was wrong with my TV audio(fortunately the only thing wrong was this movie).

    • Oh no! The muted censoring is the worst, I’d prefer overdubs of a completely different voice to muted words! This one is on the medium list, which means I may get to it eventually now that I got more free time, but there are a block of films with higher priority waiting to be watched. No reason to bump it up, looks like! Thanks!

      • Oh no, please don’t rate it by my “review”. I only watched mainly the few scenes involving Katherine McNamara’s character(I may have even missed some of those as I was so disinterestedly fast-forwarding about 98% of the movie). Of course the problem with constant mute censoring(besides the distracting silence) is when it’s used so frequently in a scene(like the scene I described) that you lose the context those cheesy different-voiced subbed words might provide & you literally end up with nothing but 5 words surrounded by silence. Of course you can always seek out an uncensored version of it wherever available(I know I won’t).

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