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Walk All Over Me
After leaving small-town life behind for the big city, Alberta (Leelee Sobieski) looks up her former baby sitter (Tricia Helfer) and naively decides to "borrow" her identity so she, too, can earn a good living as a dominatrix. Problems arise, though, when Alberta's first client (Jacob Tierney) unwittingly drags her into the center of a dispute with the mob … which means that her roommate's life, as well as her own, is now in serious danger.
Synopsis compliments of Netflix
Tricia Helfer was great, but Leelee Sobieski totally tanked this movie. Her acting was consistently disconnected from whatever was happening in the scene. Aside from that the initial story set-up was a little dry.
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