This literally means “deadly woman”. It’s a character used in a lot of dark dramas and film noir. Essentially, a femme fatale is a seductive woman who uses her charm and physical attributes to lure men into compromising, dangerous and often deadly situations in order to get what she wants. Examples include Isabella Rossellini’s character in BLUE VELVET, and Sharon Stone’s character in BASIC INSTINCT
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