Although this film bombed at the box office, it is pleasantly good. A throwback to 1940s film noir or the middle Hitchcock period. The unrated copy has more sex (Antonio in full profile) but the irony is that the sex scenes are actually irrelevant to an intriguing plot about love, lust, and identity. Angelina Jolie plays Jane Russell, who marries a Cuban coffee plantation owner (Antonio). She is unrxpectedly attractive and turns his interest into obsessive lust. However, her identity is false and she steals everything from him: wealth, status, personal dignity. And yet he continues to pursue her across the island for the lost illusion. Not a slam bang action thriller, more akin to Hitchcock's films about confused identities and mystery motives. The sets and scenery of colonial Cuba are nicely recreated, and the music is sultry. The plot twists in the final half hour are improbable but give a fascinating angle which avoids the obvious end-game. Much better than I expected and a fun night.