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Co-produced by Innocent Pictures and Dogma 95 proponent Lars von Trier's Zentropa Productions, this foreign film (released in different versions with varying degrees of sexuality) was directed by Jessica Nilsson.
He held her bloody corpse in his arms, and then left the building (she died soon after).
Later, Marcos unwisely confessed to her that he and his wife Berta Ruiz (Esposa De Marcos) had kidnapped a baby, but it died before the ransom could be collected (never shown in the film). "During another sexual rendezvous, Ana straddled atop the passive Marcos and made love to him as he laid under her, while the camera panned away from them and backed up through an open window to survey the surrounding buildings, rooftops and neighborhood (with children playing).
Later, Marcos made love from behind to his morbidly obese wife - and then told her that he had confided to Ana - she cautioned: "Now you'll have to make sure she keeps her mouth shut. The camera slowly returned to them after coming 360 degrees full-circle, where they had finished having sex, and she dismounted from being on top of his semi-erect (and fading) penis, and laid next to him -- both completely full-frontal.
He visited four possible mothers (all former girlfriends) - the first visit was to Laura Daniels/Miller (Sharon Stone), a self-employed, widowed "professional closet organizer." At her front door, he met her 'jailbait' nubile daughter named, unsurprisingly, Lolita (or Lo/Lola) (21 year-old Alexis Dziena): Then suddenly, when her pink sparkly cellphone rang, the young nymphet exhibitionist came out of her bedroom, and non-chalantly and seductively walked into the living room fully naked (without her pink robe) in front of deadpan-faced and unamused Don.
She was talking on the home phone and also picking up on her cellphone, deliberately flaunting herself and flirting with him.
In notorious director Uwe Boll's video game adaptation, a vampire sword-and-sorcery action film, Rayne was the title character in 18th century Eastern Europe -- a beautiful but vengeful half-human, half-vampire Dhampir (Kristanna Loken), whose patriarchal father was evil ruler Lord Kagan (Ben Kingsley).