1hr 30mins
Dir: Bob Swaim
Starring: Sigourney Weaver and Michael Caine

An American woman working at a British escort service becomes involved in the political intrigues surrounding one of her clients

Based on the 1984 novel Doctor Slaughter by Paul Theroux, this erotic thriller was the first RKO Pictures solo feature film produced in almost a quarter of a century. The film features a shot of the entrance to Ladbroke Grove Underground station with C stock pulling out of the station and crossing the road bridge outside. There is also an unusual close-up shot of 1973-built Piccadilly Line stock in a tunnel working a Heathrow-bound service, and a scene filmed onboard a 1973 stock train.

A train of C stock on a Metropolitan Line service crosses Ladbroke Grove on its way into central London. This was still Metropolitan Line at the time as the Hammersmith & City Line did not exist as a separate entity until 1990. The bridge carrying the A40 elevated Westway dominates the foreground.
In a closer shot of the station entrance, Sigourney Weaver leaves Ladbroke Grove station
This is a very odd thing to appear in a movie. Quite why such an obscure shot of a Piccadilly Line service to Heathrow was deemed necessary is beyond me.
Taking the above into consideration then this should be the interior of 1973-built tube stock