Rating: R Restricted. Under 17 Requires Accompanying Adult.
Rating Explanation: for strong sexuality, violence and language
DVD Features: Get voyeuristic and take 3 tantalizing peeks at the filmmaking process with the stars, director and more: from dream to reality, dream within a dream and Femme Fatale: behind the scenes; Femme Fatale: dressed to Kill montage; North American and French theatrical trailers; Interactive menus; Cast/director film highlights; Scene access; Languages: English & Franšais (Dubbed in Quebec); Subtitles: English, Franšais & Espa˝ol
The story, is basically irrelevant. Rebecca Romijn Stamos posses as a photographer at the crowded celebrity-filled Cannes Film Festival. But she's really after a 500-carat diamond-studded snake-bra worn by a beautiful model. And steal it she does by having a ladies room tryst with the slinky beauty. Then, she double-crosses her male accomplices and has to get out of town fast and head for Paris. There she's spied on and thrown off a hotel balcony, so what's a gal to do? Well of course assume the identity of her twin sister, which of course she does and marries an American statesman (Peter Coyote) who eventually becomes ambassador to France and so naturally she returns to Paris. But that's the one place she should never go. All along the way she's hounded by a curious photographer played by Antonio Banderas. Oddly though this film is a comedy of sorts and in between the gratuitous steamy sex scenes, Rebecca gets some funny lines and Antonio gets to try on some accents, but if you think you're going to be able to follow the illogical plot, just think about "Vanilla Sky"