A female sportswear designer leads a double life as a hooker but things get more complicated when a street preacher decides to try and save her soul.
Ken Russell's 1984 film Crimes of Passion is one of those movies that is so barking mad that it is difficult to know where to begin when it comes to analysing what it is about, let alone how you begin to recommend it to somebody, but at the heart of it there is an exploration of sex and relationships that, had it been handled by another director (apart from possibly David Cronenberg) it probably wouldn't be quite so thought-provoking and out there.
And whatever that means is anyone's guess, although if you want to cast a sexual deviant with a perverted sense of religious righteousness then Anthony Perkins is probably the obvious choice, if not a little too obvious
Kathleen Turner (Romancing the Stone) plays Joanna Crane, Bewertungen der spirituellen Dating-Apps a successful sportswear designer by day but at night she becomes China Blue, the most popular hooker on her particular patch. John Laughlin (The Rock) is Bobby Grady, who owns a home security store but takes an extra job investigating Joanna as her boss believes she is involved in industrial espionage. Bobby is y (Annie Potts – Ghostbusters), his high school sweetheart, but the spark has gone out of their marriage and, fed up trying to please his frigid wife, Bobby begins to develop feelings for Joanna/China as he discovers her secret and wants that level of excitement in his life. So far, so straightforward but China is also being pursued by demented street preacher Reverend Peter Shayne (Anthony Perkins – Psycho), who has issues of his own and wants to save China's soul and save her from herself.