Tomkat: Dangerous Desires is a science fiction film written and directed by Paul Donovan. The film revolves around ailing modern dancer Tom (Richard Grieco) and his doctor Jacki (Maryam d'Abo). Tom and Jacki meet when Tom comes to her hoping for a cure to his degenerative nerve disease. Jacki decides to experimentally treat him with injections of nerve tissue taken from feline specimens. The treatment begins to take effect immediately. Tom is once again able to dance at an expert level. A romantic relationship quickly develops between the two characters. As time goes on and the treatments continue, Jacki starts to notice subtle changes in Tom's behavior and actions. She soon discovers the horror of what Tom may become if the injections continue. Her feelings cause a rift in their relationship, which is only amplified by Tom's interest in an attractive woman named Imogen (Natalie Radford). Tomkat: Dangerous Desires was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and released in 1993.