Director(s): Dan Klores, Fisher Stevens. 92 min. Rated PG-13. Documentary.
A young lawyer in the 1950s falls (literally) madly in love with a woman, and does something (physically) terrible to her to make her his own. And what happens between them afterward is considerably worse than the initial traumatizing event. I found this film disgusting, because it shows while the same act by men in underdeveloped countries is called savagery and barbarism, in a developed country, it's sugarcoated with money lust and lawyer sweet-talk, and presented to us as "love". Similar to The Dog, these are modern society losers and low-lifes, who don't deserve advertising via a glamorized documentary.