|Directed by||Lloyd A. Simandl|
|Produced by||John A. Curtis|
|Written by||Ted Hubert|
|Music by||Braun Farnon|
|Edited by||Derek A Whelan|
North American Releasing
|Distributed by||Nova Releasing|
Nova Home Video
Prism Entertainment Corporation
Turner Home Entertainment
|July 31, 1991|
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Ultimate Desires is a 1991 Canadian erotic thriller film starring Tracy Scoggins, Marc Singer, and Brion James.
A woman named Samantha Stewart, who is a public defender who's life is about to be turned upside down when she meets a woman named Vicki, a prostitute who get thrown out of a limo at her feet. Vicki slips her a brooch and then disappears. Later Vicki is found dead the next day. Samantha soon finds herself the target of an international conspiracy who will stop at nothing to get back the brooch and silence Sam for good. To get to the bottom of the mystery (as well as to save her own skin), Sam makes the natural decision to disguise herself as a prostitute, but will it be enough?
- Tracy Scoggins as Samantha Stewart
- Marc Singer as Jonathan Sullivan
- Brion James as Wolfgang Friedman
- Marc Baur as David Marchant
- Suzy Joachim as Vicky
- Marc Bennett as Pierce
- Frank Wilson as Detective Southard
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