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The First 9½ Weeks

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The First 9½ Weeks

The First 9½ Weeks
Directed by Alex Wright
Produced by Barry Barnholtz
John Dunning
Written by Alex Wright
Starring Paul Mercurio
Clara Bellar
Malcolm McDowell
Music by Norman Orenstein
Gast Waltzing
Cinematography John P. Tarver
Editing by Mark Sanders
Distributed by Lions Gate
Release date(s) November 3, 1998
Running time 100 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The First 9½ Weeks is a 1998 drama film written and directed by Alex Wright and starring Paul Mercurio, Clara Bellar and Malcolm McDowell. It is a prequel to the films 9½ Weeks and Another 9½ Weeks.


A banker goes to Louisiana to land a deal with millionaire but instead gets involved with the millionaire's wife, Mardi Gras, and a sinister cult.




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