Failing to deliver on its arty symbolism, HUNTING can best be appreciated as a poison-pen letter to media moguls like Rupert Murdoch and Ted Turner. The film's often remarkable visual style can't disguise the fact that its central romance is a rather dull affair.
Bored with marriage to her earnest but chronically unemployed hubby Larry (Jeffrey Thomas), lowly secretary Michelle Harris (Kerry Armstrong) is swept off her feet when media czar Michael Bergman (John Savage) drops by to take a meeting with her boss. Dazzled by his wealth and impressed by his
knowledge of erogenous zones, this mousy Cinderella blinds herself to her lover's more unsavory personality tra...