Every blockbuster movie can be expected to yield carbon copies, but Concorde's modestly budgeted "Body Chemistry" (citywide) is something different: it emulates "Fatal Attraction" only to improve upon it in several ways.
Marc Singer stars as Tom Redding, a respected human sexuality researcher with a beautiful, loving wife (Mary Crosby), small son (H. Bradley Barneson), a nice, large house and a bright future. Indeed, he's a top candidate to move up to director of the lab, and a new project is sure to cinch the promotion. The hitch is that the project consultant Dr. Claire Archer (Lisa Pescia), who wants to prove that a lust for power is the prime ingredient in the sex drive, is intent upon practicing what she preaches--on Tom. With the speed of lightning, Claire seduces him, and as he later remarks, takes him "beyond my limits." She uncovers in him a need to be dominated in sex that he never knew he possessed, and in doing so, leads him to experience levels of sexual ecstasy he never before imagined.