Director: Bridget Smith
Writer: Mike Walsh (Screenplay)
Starring: Natasha Henstridge, Stacey Dash, Kristin Minter, Joan Jett, Amanda Figueroa, Lukas Hassel, Adam Ratcliffe, Michael Patrick Lane, Cilda Shaur
Plot: A young wife harboring a secret finds herself wrapped up in a double life.
Runtime: 1 Hour 23 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: 7th Secret starts as Marissa (Figueroa) starts to find her marriage with Kris (Lane) become stale, as he looks to run for office, wanting to have his own family, while Marissa isn’t ready for that. Marissa starts getting drawn into the world run by Michael Slade (Hassel), one that will offer her a difference experience in bedroom, one her husband doesn’t offer who and one she starts to become obsessed with, but at a price.
Thoughts on 7th Secret
Thoughts – 7th Secret is an erotic drama that follows a political figures wife who gets drawn into a world of kinky underworld within the city, keeping secrets from her husband that could end up bringing down his career if they ever got out. This is a story that doesn’t seem to want to commit to everything it could have, with the consequences needing to like it could have had plenty more about them, as the position Marissa finds herself in could lead to plenty of damage around everyone in her life. By the end of the film, it will feel like the start of a series, as we could get plenty more out of the material in play here. The performances are strong with Amanda Figueroa doing well in the lead role opposite bigger names you would have expected to see in more scenes in the movie.
Final Thoughts – 7th Secret is a steamy drama that doesn’t commit heavily enough to the double life.