Allure

Synopsis: A young man living a drug and alcohol-fueled party life in Los Angeles is sent by his father to the family's secluded beach cabin to detox only to find stark horror at the hands of a mysterious and sexually alluring girl he isn't sure is real or imaginary.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Jillian Martin
Production: Samuel Goldwyn Films
 
Rotten Tomatoes:
46%
NOT RATED
Year:
2018
120 min
129 Views


1

[SIGHING]

[DOOR OPENING]

Hello?

Not a word.

[BELT CLICKING]

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

[MOANING]

[SIGHING]

Come on.

You're no good to me

if you can't get hard.

Just

slow down a bit, okay?

[GRUNTING]

Yeah.

[MAN MOANING]

[MOANING LOUDLY]

MAN:
Put it in!

Come on!

[MOANING]

[GRUNTING]

F***!

[BOTH GRUNTING]

F***!

Oh God!

Ow...

easy!

[MOANING LOUDLY]

[GROANING]

Jesus!

What the f***?

- [SLAPPING]

- [GRUNTING]

F*** hell! Jesus f***ing...

[LAURA SCREAMING]

- Ow! F***!

- F***!

MAN:
What the hell's

wrong with you, you crazy b*tch!

What the f***?

Jesus!

You're soft again.

Where's my f***ing jacket?

[PANTING, SIGHING]

[WHISPERING] F***!

F***ing f*ggot!

What did you say?

Better watch your f***ing mouth!

- [DOOR CLOSING]

- [SIGHING]

[ENGINE STARTING]

[CLASSICAL MUSIC PLAYING

ON PIANO]

NANCY:
So, it's mainly our

two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Uh, this one,

which is a disaster.

The other one is an

en suite in my room.

Um, this is the spare room.

Not much to clean in here.

And this.

And this is my daughter's.

[CLASSICAL MUSIC PLAYING]

Pianos, have you

ever cleaned them?

- Yes.

- Eva.

Could you stop for a second,

please? I'll go get it.

Hello.

Hi!

You play really well.

Beautifully, actually.

Thank you.

I'm Laura.

Eva.

Here it is.

[HUMMING]

LAURA:
Uh, I'm all done.

Okay!

Is your room all right?

Everything how you like it?

Yeah! Yeah, it's,

uh, nice and clean.

- Thanks.

- No problem!

[CLEARING THROAT]

Bye. I'll see you soon.

Okay, bye.

I really like your poster,

by the way.

Oh! Thanks!

It's funny, I wouldn't have

thought that you were

a Nirvana fan,

with all the classical music

you were playing before.

The classical playing is just

a thing I have to do right now.

Oh, okay.

God, could you imagine

seeing them live?

[CHUCKLES]

It would be really intense!

It'd be crazy.

I have goosebumps

just thinking about it.

Bye!

[FOOTSTEPS RETREATING]

[SIGHING]

Anyone else

would be fired for this.

I should fire you.

Or take you

out of cleaning altogether...

keep you in accounting.

You don't seem

to bother anyone in there.

Well, you don't need me

full-time in accounting.

[SIGHING]

I'm sorry.

You're always sorry.

I mean...

I just wanna know

what you were thinking.

How did you honestly think

this one was gonna end?

Happily?

Did you think about me

for a second,

about how this could

affect me and my business?

- No, I guess not.

- No, I guess not!

[SIGHING]

You know what?

I've asked you before

to leave my employees

out of whatever it is

you do out there.

Well, she'll be happy to know

that I find her repulsive now.

Honey, I wish you found

more people repulsive.

Like you?

WOMAN:
Tell me, are you gonna

take a few days off?

Because I have to make sure

I do the schedule this week.

I don't know.

Maybe just in the morning...

[WOMAN TALKING INDISTINCTLY]

- WOMAN:
Are you okay?

- Hmm?

- Are you okay?

- Oh, yeah, yeah!

WILLIAM:
You better jump

in there before it's all gone.

Uh,

that looks burnt.

WILLIAM:

It is! That's the best part!

WOMAN:
Just the middle one.

This side isn't burnt.

Don't forget you promised us...

- WOMAN:
Good time!

- WILLIAM:
Yeah, huh?

- I'll give you a ride next time.

- WILLIAM:
Yeah!

WOMAN:
We had a great night.

- WOMAN 2:
Thank you so much.

- WILLIAM:
Thank you!

- WOMAN:
Thanks for the invite.

- WILLIAM:
Of course!

- WOMAN:
Take care!

- WOMAN 2:
Be safe.

- WILLIAM:
See you at the office.

- WOMAN:
Bye, Laura!

Bye, guys.

You okay to drive?

Yeah.

- You sure?

- Yes.

Why don't I give you

a ride home?

I'll be all right.

No, I'll drive you back

in the morning,

and you could pick up your car.

I'm fine.

Why, are you, uh...

you meeting somebody now?

- I'm going home.

- Ah!

Dad, can I have a couple

of smokes for the road?

Oh, sure!

- Oh, I can give you four.

- [CHUCKLING]

Thanks.

Okay, well,

do your stops.

A lot of cops around here.

- Yeah?

- Mm-hmm.

Okay.

- Good night.

- Good night.

[KEYS JINGLING]

[CLASSICAL MUSIC PLAYING

ON PIANO]

[SIGHING]

Everyone clapped.

We both know

you've played better.

Let's go.

[DOOR OPENING]

LAURA:
Hey, you!

Hi!

Happy to see you.

Me too.

No, no! Leave 'em on.

I'm almost done.

[CHUCKLES]

[INHALING]

- It's chilly today, right?

- Yeah, it's getting cold.

[COUGHING]

Don't worry. It's not

as strong as last time.

I have to practice later.

Lean back.

[CHUCKLING] Thanks!

[BOTH LAUGHING]

NANCY:
Wow, this is nice!

DAVID:
I know...

- did a great job.

- Mm-hmm!

NANCY:
When are they gonna paint

Eva's room?

Mm, this weekend, probably.

I chose a great color for you.

- This is so exciting!

- Yeah, I know.

It's finally happening!

What are we gonna do

with the spare room?

[NANCY AND DAVID

TALKING INDISTINCTLY]

[PIANO PLAYING SOFTLY]

[MUSIC STOPS]

[BACH'S PRELUDE

IN C MINOR PLAYING]

I don't wanna move

into that shithole with him.

What did you just say?

You heard me.

Teenage angst doesn't suit you.

Do you actually think

that he loves you?

That's enough!

- He doesn't. He's just like...

- He has a name!

Use it!

David is just like all

the other ones,

and when he dumps you,

you're gonna

regret doing any of this!

You listen to me.

When you're 18,

I will be the last one

stopping you from moving out.

In the meantime, you're 16,

stuck with me and David,

so deal with it!

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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