In a message dated 3/3/09 2:46:46 PM, email@example.com writes:
> > Wasn't Robbie Wife essentially an homage to Cain's work? Hill lifted
> > plot points from Postman and another Cain novel which will remain
> > nameless since the point Hill lifts from it only comes out in the last
> > few pages.
> I looked at it more as a take on Body Heat, except flipping the ages
> of the husband & lover, so that Robbie's Wife has the young virile
> husband and older far less virile lover.
even though it was made in 1980, Body Heat was pretty much a modern
re-telling of Double Indemnity, and remains so to this day
speaking of Body Heat, if you've seen what Kathleen Turner looks like these
days, well there's a noirish ending for you right there
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