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Addicted is the new steamy thriller directed by Bille Woodruff, about an art gallerist who pursues an affair with a talented artist whose work she desires as a client for her company. This new film is an adaptation of the book by the same name, written by author Zane. This film follows the main character Zoe Reynard, played by Sharon Leal, as she has an affair with accomplished artist Quinton Canosa, played by William Levy.

Zoe's choices about her desire for Quinton and the affect it has on her career, her family, and her life are the main focus of the film. The movie's plot is definitely erotic in nature, exploring Zoe's sexuality and purported addiction to sex and her infidelity. Living a double life, Zoe tries to juggle maintaining the facade of a perfect businesswoman and family life. While seeing a therapist for her addiction, she cannot stay happy with her husband Jason, played by Boris Kudjoe, and two children.

The tension following her affair drives the story forward, leaving the viewer guessing as to whether Zoe can choose between her comfortable but unfulfilled home life, or the desire of indiscretion with her lover. As the tension builds, the consequences for Zoe become greater and greater. Eventually, she'll have to make a decision that has the potential to change the direction of her life.

Addicted is an Drama, Thriller movie that was released in 2014 and has a run time of 1 hr 46 min. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.2 and a MetaScore of 32.

Where do I stream Addicted online? Addicted is available to watch free on The Roku Channel Free, Pluto TV, IMDb TV and stream, download, buy, rent on demand at Philo, FlixFling VOD, Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV, YouTube VOD, Vudu online. Some platforms allow you to rent Addicted for a limited time or purchase the movie and download it to your device.

| 2014 | 1 hr 46 min | 5.2/10 | 32/100
Boris Kodjoe, Brandon Gonzales, Cameron Mills, Daniel O'Callaghan
Bille Woodruff
Produced By
Paul Hall