Secretary – What To Watch Before You Die


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With Fifty Shades of Grey coming out this weekend, it’s a good time to take a look back at the OG BDSM romance, 2002’s Secretary, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Spader. The relationship between the two stars is charged without being awkward. And the movie addresses tough subject matter while remaining grounded.

Well, as grounded as it can be, given the visually arresting production design, and the ever deepening BSDM dynamic to Lee and Mr. Grey’s relationship.

Want to check out even more movies you need to watch before you die? Check out Sundance TV’s countdown: http://www.sundance.tv/film-block/1001-movies-you-must-see-before-you-die

Have you seen Secretary? Are you going to take it out of the box for another spin before Fifty Shades of Grey? What’s your favorite kinky movie? What’s your favorite Valentine’s Day Movie? What other movies would you like to see on future editions of What to Watch Before You Die?

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