The wife and lover happen into this affair naturally-- how could they resist?This chilling family picnic is the most memorable scene. It is dumbfounding how a movie like this is so unheard of.""The Postman can just keep on ringing because I am caught by CAUGHT-a movie which unfortunately slipped under the radar when originally released except for Janet Maslin's rave in the NY Times.Now out on DVD, it is an enter-taining sexual thriller set in the worlds of fish markets and standup comedy that rewards repeat viewing with it's subtle layers of complexity. While the film works as a Cain-like sexy thriller, it also aspires to a higher level of exploration of the human heart as the writer, director and cast reveal the desire and pain of richly-portrayed characters.Actors: Dominique Swain, Henry Thomas, Arie Verveen, James Urbaniak, Karen Allen Director: Zev Berman Creators: Scott Kevan, Eric Strand, Andrea Magder, Brian Gerber, Jake Froelich, Lauren Moews, Peter Wetherell, Susan Jackson, Deborah Pryor Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense Sub-Genres: Love & Romance, Horror, Mystery & Suspense Studio: Screen Media Format: DVD - DVD Release Date: 05/04/2004Release Year: 2004Run Time: 1hr 43min Screens: Color, Widescreen Number of Discs: 1Swapa DVD Credits: 1Total Copies: 0Members Wishing: 3MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)Languages: English Subtitles: English"I liked the way this movie worked.
I am purchasing it today from so I can watch it whenever I want in its uncensored state!It's one of those films that reminds you never to cheat on your spouse!But like another reviewer said, the wife's son is so wicked that you can't help but blame him for the family's demise.Edward James Olmos and Maria Conchita Alonso star as a long-married couple who run a fish store.
When a young drifter (Arie Verveen) enters their lives as an employee and inhabitant of their home, he and Alonso commence an affair made all the more dangerous when the couple's creepy son (Steven Schub) moves back in.
Its is both genuinely sexy and suspensful, as well as a fascinating portrait of a family stretched to its limits.