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  • Summary: Haunted by a failing relationship, Gabe (Xuereb) begins a risque game for escape by inviting Irene (Michelsen) to dinner at a lavish mansion. Unhappily married, Irene attends and finds the temptation irresistible when Gabe invites her on a second date. To her surprise, she meets him at a humble suburban home. Playfully, Gabe admits that he broke into both houses for their trysts. A frightened Irene returns to her husband. When Gabe escalates his pursuit, Irene surrenders to the thrill of abandoning her mundane life and having sex with Gabe in strangers' homes. House after house they push the limits of intimacy and morality, defying reality by living stolen lives. But how far can they go before their past catches up with them? (Lifesize Entertainment) Expand
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  1. 60
    The film toys with the grand themes of love and death as it understatedly moves toward an unsatisfying denouement. Although the narrative is not always compelling, Lu subtly conveys sensuality without nudity in the sex scenes, and something about the boldness of the exercise keeps you watching.
  2. Reviewed by: Ronnie Scheib
    Shady mood-piece profits greatly from enigmatic performance by Emmanuel Xeureb.
  3. Reviewed by: James C. Taylor
    For those turned on by the thought of such “sexually charged” scenes as men describing techniques for picking locks to women while drawing on their bodies with mascara pencils, Erosion may provide some pleasure. Everyone else though, will be worn down by the film’s tedious hand-wringing about infidelity and bursts of unerotic sex.