R | | Drama, Thriller
A lawyer defends a woman accused of killing her older lover by having sex with him.
During a televised interview in January 2015 when asked about her experience working on this movie, Julianne Moore responded that Madonna was 'method acting' throughout the production, and was so into her character that she refused to speak to Moore on the set, with the result that Moore was so nervous when required to slap Madonna during their scene together, that she came nowhere near to making contact.
Dad, can you really screw someone to death?
Frank Dulaney: No. Of course not. Besides you don't need to worry about that. Do you?
Michael Dulaney: No.
Frank Dulaney: Because you are one good-looking guy.
At the climax of the movie, Alan Paley is chasing Rebecca up the stairs, when she kicks him in the face and he falls backwards, it is quite obviously a stunt double and not the actor. The double is much younger, and even has different hair color.
Three versions of this movie have been released: an R-rated theatrical version, a NC-17 version and an unrated video version. European release is the NC-17 cut.
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