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Little Indiscretions is a 1999 drama written and directed by Craig Lew. CJ (Diane Farr) flies from New York to London to be with her high-profile, rock star fiance, Johnny (Michael Dutra). Unfortunately, Johnny cares more about his adoring fans than CJ and she finds herself neglected and alone in an English pub. CJ then strikes up a conversation with Murray (Owen Bailey), the bartender, who weaves an elaborate tale in an attempt to cheer her up. The story is about the fiance of a wealthy celebrity, Rebecca, her lustful best friend, her cheating cousin and a philandering priest. Murray manages to get the entire pub, including a bi-sexual trio and a group of drunken snobs, involved in the narration, which becomes a lesson about six phases of adultery: the fantasy, the itch, the near miss, the lure of taboo, the great sex and finally the betrayal. Is Murray trying to send CJ a message?