I Like to Play Games

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I Like to Play Games is a 1995 American erotic drama film directed by Moctezuma Lobato and written by David Keith Miller and it stars Lisa Boyle and Ken Steadman, with Jennifer Burton, Monique Noel, and Cheryl Rixon. It was released on September 15 1995 and was followed in 1999 by I Like to Play Games Too.


Michael (Ken Steadman) is looking for a woman who likes to play games, but when he finds Suzzanne (Lisa Boyle), she might just be more than he bargained for.



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The film had international video and television releases: Brazilian Portugese as O Jogo do Sexo (TV), and as Seduzidos Pelo Jogo (video); Canadian (French title) Suzanne; Germany as Opfer der Lust (video) and as Verhängnisvolle Täuschung (TV); Spain as Una chica muy traviesa; In Finland as Esileikit and as Villit leikit; In the United Kingdom as I Like to Play Games; Italy as Mi piace giocare (TV) and Venezuela as Me gusta jugar.


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