Damage is a 1992 erotic thriller about a complicated love triangle starring Jeremy Irons and Juliette Binoche. Dr. Stephen Fleming (Jeremy Irons) holds a seat in parliament and shares a picture perfect upper class British life with his wife, Ingrid (Miranda Richardson). He seems a likely future candidate for the prime minister nomination when the mysterious Anna Barton (Juliette Binoche) introduces herself to him at a work function. He later meets her again when his son, Martyn (Rupert Graves), brings her home to introduce his parents to his new girlfriend. Stephen and Anna have an instant chemistry that leads to an illicit affair that begins to cause rumblings in both Stephen's personal and professional life. At the same time, his son, Martyn, wants Anna to become his wife. Directed by Louis Malle, this dark psychological drama captures both the passion and destructiveness of an obsessive love affair. Award-winning playwright David Hare adapted the best-selling novel by Josephine Hart.