It might be a scene out of a Cinemax movie: A proper English wife succumbs to her desires and makes mad love to the burly worker in the greenhouse. But in “Asylum,” opening Friday, the woman in question is a doctor’s wife and the worker is an inmate in a British psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane. For Marton Csokas, the film’s hulking six-foot-three-inch tall Edgar Stark, an artist who murdered his wife in a jealous rage, making love to such beautiful women as “Asylum” heroine Natasha Richardson’s Stella is a familiar day’s work. [More]