|Directed by||H. M. Coakley|
|Produced by||H. M. Coakley|
Mark E. Walker
|Written by||H. M. Coakley|
|Music by||Christopher Cano|
|Edited by||Chris Conlee|
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Adulterers, also known as Avouterie, is a 2015 American independent drama film directed by H. M. Coakley. Based on a true story, it stars Sean Faris, Mehcad Brooks, and Danielle Savre.
Samuel returns home from his work at Supa Value Glass & Screens Hardware Store, where he works with Lola, with a branch of flowers, only to find his wife Ashley cheating on him with Damien on their own marriage anniversary, holding them captive at gunpoint on a hot New Orleans day, while he decides their fates.
At first, Samuel shoots both of them, but then finds himself re-experiencing the events in his mind. Instead of shooting them, he forces Ashley and Damien to disclose about their personal lives and their sexual encounters. Samuel learns that Damien has a wife, Jasmine, who is three months pregnant, and that Ashley's abusive ex-boyfriend was actually her ex-husband (it is not clear if Ashley is a bigamist). Samuel has Damien call Jasmine, using the speaker phone so all can hear the conversation that is about to take place, and tell her what he has just done with Ashley. Jasmine reveals that Damien has cheated on her numerous times in the past. Devastated, Jasmine is asked by Samuel to decide Damien's fate, whether to return home to her, or let Samuel shoot him. He alludes to some suggestive decision from her to come there and confront Damien in person, and have sexual intercourse with Samuel to show how she felt about being cheated upon. Samuel justifies his decision to kill Damien using his twisted religious beliefs that vengeance is his and not the Lord's.
Samuel later finds himself back in reality, just after burying Ashley and Damien beneath the rose bed in the back yard.
- Sean Faris as Samuel
- Mehcad Brooks as Damien
- Danielle Savre as Ashley
- Stephanie Charles as Lola
- Steffinnie Phrommany as Jasmine
Shockya reviewed Adulterers, criticizing it as "not a good film" as "The editing is weird, the characters are dumb and unlikable, and the storytelling is all over the place" CaribPress had a differing opinion and wrote that it was "A mind twister of a film, “Adulterers” is taut and thoroughly engaging and raises the adage: what would you do if you caught your loved one cheating?"
- Willis, J. M. (January 8, 2016). "Adulterers Movie Review". Shockya.com. Retrieved 2020-10-30.
- Ofole-Prince, Samantha (January 1, 2016). "CaribPress » 'Adulterers' is a twisted psychological drama". CaribPress. Retrieved 2020-10-30. Unknown parameter
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