The Learning Curve Trailer

The Learning Curve Trailer (2001)

"Sometimes All The Way...Is Way Too Far." 05 October 2001 Drama, Thriller, Crime 113 mins

Paul and Georgia are lovers, soul mates...and partners in crime. But when this duplicitous duo tries to dupe the wrong man, they are ensnared in a world more dangerous than they could ever have imagined. Seduced into working for him on dangerous jobs beyond their small-time capability, Paul and Georgia suddenly have everything they've ever wanted...and even more to lose.

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Cast

Carmine Giovinazzo

as Paul Cleveland

Monet Mazur

as Georgia

James Eckhouse

as Mr. Stevens

Stephen Burleigh

as Councilman Sherman

Jack Laufer

as Councilman Reynolds

Michael Horton

as Councilman Nolan

Marisa Petroro

as Maria (as Marisa Parker)

Tim Ransom

as Steven

Crew

Eric Schwab

Director

Eric Schwab

Director

Michael Hofstein

Michael Hofstein Director of Photography

Zoran Borisavljevic

Original Music Composer

Nya Patrinos

Nya Patrinos Production Design

Roger J. Forker

Roger J. Forker Costume Design

Rick Tullis

Rick Tullis Steadicam Operator

International Titles

Dangerous Seduction Trailer

International Releases Dates

Canada 28 August 1999

United States 05 October 2001

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