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here ‘s why : From the moment Winger and Russell meet, there ‘s a strong undertone of eroticism between the two women. We feel it, they feel it and the movie allows it one abbreviated expression – when Russell roughly reaches out and kisses Winger. But Ron Base, who wrote the screenplay, and Bob Rafelson, who directed, do n’t follow that magnetism. They create the improbable love matter between Winger and the baron to set up a glad ending that left me feeling cheated. What would have been more intriguing ? Why not follow a more cynical, in truth demonic path – something inspired by the soul of film noir ? Why not have Winger fall wholly under the spell of the blacken widow and stall by while the baron is murdered sol the two women can live happily ever after ? And then end on an eerie note as Winger begins to wonder if Russell can trust her with the secret ? That kind of psychological double-reverse would give the actresses something to work with. The history of “ Black Widow, ” as tell, is the kind of shallow, linear plot we expect on television, where there are no unpleasant surprises to upset the audience. There are good enough insidious hints in “ Black Widow ” to suggest that certain more black possibilities occurred to Rafelson and Base. But I guess they manfully resisted them and did the condom thing. besides bad. The act in this movie is good throughout, specially in the chemistry between Winger and Russell. I besides liked Williamson as the lonely, isolated artwork collector and James Hong as the jittery hawaiian secret eye. Sami Frey is such an leftover and unmagnetic actor, however, that he ‘s miscast as the hotel baron. As a general rule, in order to believe that two woman can fall in love with the same man, we have to be able to believe that one woman could fall in love with him .