At large, it's about the intersection of perfectionism and sanity -- it'll make your skin crawl, but you'll feel your blood boil a bit, too. Stone's newly arrived Abigail manipulates and humiliates herself to acquire power; Weisz's more experienced Lady Sarah schemes and triangulates to preserve her status; Colman's easily irritated Queen Anne simply lets her whims dictate her actions. Watching the three of them clash is a vulgar pleasure. In one of the film's most can't-unsee-it scenes, a stick of butter is used as a lubricant as Brando forces himself upon Schneider. Piping hot, like the best cup of cocoa. Preston follow the trail to the explosive end. The hot neo-noir finds Kathleen Turner as a femme fatale set on doing away with her husband with the help of her new lover, played by William Hurt. But there's a darker psychology happening here, if you can look past Brando's bare ass to see it.
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