Edgy thriller Irresistible is released on DVD from Icon Home Entertainment on 11th June 2007. Featuring a strong cast with excellent performances from Oscar® winner Susan Sarandon, Sam Neil and Emily Blunt, Irresistible is a pulse racing, nail biting psychological thriller.
Georgie Parker, William McInnes, Charles 'Bud' Tingwell, Emily Blunt, Sam Neill, Susan Sarandon
Tatiana Kennedy, Billy Hurman, Elisa Argenzio, Bill Allan
Icon Home Entertainment
1 hour 43 minutes
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Edgy thriller Irresistible is released on DVD from Icon Home Entertainment on 11th June 2007. Featuring a strong cast with excellent performances from Oscar® winner Susan Sarandon (Thelma & Louise, Dead Man Walking), Sam Neil (Jurassic Park) and Bafta nominated rising British star Emily Blunt (The Devil Wears Prada, My Summer of Love) Irresistible is a pulse racing, nail biting psychological thriller.
Sophie Hartley (Susan Sarandon) is a successful illustrator, a dedicated mother and a loving wife, but things are not going so well fro her husband, Craig (Sam Neill). Sophie is convinced she is being stalked by one of Craig's co-workers - his beautiful assistant, Mara (Emily Blunt) but nobody believes her. Sophie's life begins to fall apart, as she feels she is being watched, followed, even copied. She fends off paranoia but it is clear to her that Mara is trying to steal her husband, her daughters, her life...
Forced to prove her sanity, Sophie becomes completely caught up in her obsession, turning stalker herself. When she crosses the boundaries of acceptable behaviour she feels the harsh reality of the law. On the verge of losing all she holds dear she begins to fight back and makes a discovery more shocking than her worst fear.
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