Black Widow

Mindlovemisery

The challenge song today is “Up Where We Belong,” which was featured in one of my favorite movies An Officer and a Gentleman. Richard Gere played the lead role and Debra Winger rocked as his love interest. That was the first time I saw Debra, and I instantly adored her. She’s been in many enjoyable movies (though I didn’t really care for her last one, The Lovers).

Probably my favorite after AOAAG is Black Widow. In this 1987 film, Debra plays an FBI agent, Alexandra, who becomes obsessed with the idea of a connection among a group of dead men. She doesn’t believe they perished from accidents but were, in fact, murdered by the same woman. Alexandra basically devotes her life to solving this puzzle and ends up romantically involved with a man she perceives is the next target.

Theresa Russell plays the wife of each of these wealthy men and is so great with her multiple disguises. Highly recommend if you haven’t seen it!

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Written for Mindlovemisery Challenge 174

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11 responses to “Black Widow

  1. I was trying to figure out the connection between Debra Winger in Black Widow and the Fleetwood mac song Gold Dust Woman and then I heard it in the lyrics. “Pale shadow of a woman Black widow Pale shadow, she’s a dragon Gold Dust Woman”. Nice post Paula.

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  2. It’s a great movie. Must see it again.

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  3. Great movie! I think I saw Black Widow all those years ago but surely time to rewatch after reading your post!

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  4. I’ve never seen Officer Gentleman 🤷🏼‍♀️ and I’ve never even heard of Black Widow☹ I guess I’ll have to watch them both at some point.
    Love the Fleetwood Mac song! Younger really likes it too, actually one of her favorite FM songs💕🎶💃🏼

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  5. Excellent movie Paula.

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