‘Indiscretion’: Lifetime Sexy Political Scandal Movie Thriller Is Sure To Steam Up Your Saturday Night, Starring Mira Sorvino, Christopher Backus

Indiscretion is a sexy new psychological movie that will premiere on Lifetime this Saturday night. John Stewart Muller’s new thriller is sure to engage Lifetime viewers in a way like never before. Starring Mira Sorvino and Christopher Backus, Indiscretion is about a naughty politician’s wife who has a steamy two-day affair with a young artist who can’t seem to let her go. His obsessions threaten to expose the affair and put her entire family through a terrifying ordeal. In addition to Mira Sorvino and Christopher Backus, it stars Cary Elwes, Katherine McNamara, LisaGay Hamilton, Melora Walters, and Marco St. John, according to IndiscretionMovie.

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Indiscretion: Lifetime Movie Synopsis

Veronica is a New Orleans psychiatrist set to enjoy the weekend while her politician husband and daughter are out of town. What she doesn’t plan on is meeting Victor, a charming and sexy young sculptor who locks eyes with her, igniting an instant attraction between them.

Veronica should know by Victor’s intense eyes that she shouldn’t get close. However, it’s the weekend, and she needs to have a little fun.

After they spend time talking, Victor decides to take Veronica to an interesting and exotic place that ends up leading them into a steam-filled sex romp, an experience so erotic that Victor won’t be able to get her out of his mind.

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Now, it’s almost time for Veronica’s husband, Jake, to come back home with their daughter, and she needs to get back to her respectable life as a mother and the wife of a man who is heading for the Louisiana U.S. Senate. Veronica let’s Victor know that it was tremendous fun, but it’s over. What she doesn’t realize is that it’s far from over for Victor, who has fallen madly in love with her after only two days.

Confused, Veronica tries to make light of his feelings, believing that eventually Victor will snap back to reality. But as the days go on, Victor is not backing down. He calls her phone incessantly. He shows up at the office and even follows her around while she’s spending time with her family.

Veronica didn’t plan on this. It was supposed to be just a weekend affair. After all, she has done it before. Plus, rumors have been swirling that her husband, Jake, is also having an affair.

But as Victor’s actions take a violent turn, she is advised to confess to her husband and contact the police. Unfortunately, as her life spirals out of control, it looks like Victor is an unstable man who is completely obsessed with her and is dead set on destroying her marriage and her entire life.

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It’s Hot. It’s Really Hot!

The on-air love scenes sizzle, and Christopher Backus is the ultimate good-looking bad boy. In case you didn’t know, Mira Sorvino is married to Christopher Backus, which will give Lifetime viewers a hint of what really goes on behind the scenes. The couple has four children together.

This Saturday night, also expect some great city shots and sultry background music all through out this Lifetime gem. Filming for Indiscretion took place in New Orleans, Louisiana, and is produced by Granfalloon Productions. Executive producers on Indiscretion are: Therese Beach, Thomas Beach, George Kevin Chapin, Karen Clark, Barbara Gallagher, Ron Gallagher, William Kyte, Jerry Lang, Joni Lang, Kevin Lynch, Kathleen S. Muller, Aaron Peterson, and Susie Peterson, as listed at the Internet Movie Database (IMDB).

True-Story Political Scandal

The Lifetime movie Indiscretion isn’t billed as a true story. But, it does make one think of a well-known scandal involving Sally Bercow, the wife of the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, who had a sexual affair with his cousin, Alan Bercow. According to Express, Sally and Alan’s sexual relationship was sparked over their love of fine wines. Before that scandal, Sally Bercow was photographed kissing a dancer, according to the DailyMail.

Indiscretion airs this Saturday, July 23, at 8/7 p.m. Central on Lifetime. Last week, Lifetime aired the movie Kept Woman.

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