Movies: Diane Lane Gets Lucky

After years of looking for roles as good as she is, the former whiz kid finally scores in Unfaithful

There's nothing at all wrong with Connie Sumner's life. She's a doting mother with a loving husband and a lovely home in a leafy New York City suburb. Then one day she goes to Manhattan and quite by chance meets a sexy young Frenchman who deals in rare books. Steamy sex, guilt, retribution and manslaughter ensue. The movie: Unfaithful. The director: Adrian Lyne. Like his previous forays into adultery--Fatal Attraction and Indecent Proposal--this one is designed to provoke debate. Since the movie's opening on May 10, some critics have called it an exploitative morality tale; others have championed it as thoughtful...

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