Prisoner of Love (1999)

Director
Steve DiMarco

Main cast
Naomi Campbell; Eric Thal; Paul Eves; James Gallanders; Robert Hannah

Genres
Thriller, Romance

Description
Supermodel Naomi Campbell sizzles in this suspense-charged erotic thriller that delves into the dark world of obsession, seduction and crime. When a small time hood makes a hit, beautiful Tracy becomes his unwitting witness... and the object of his desire! His boss orders her dead, but he realizes the only chance to save her life is to abduct her and go into hiding. But will his world close in? Or will she slowly succumb to his burning desire? The suspense will hold you captive.


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