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Demi Moore Missing a Tooth! - Waleg.com
Demi Moore has been an active Twitterer just like her amazingly active Twitterer husband, Ashton Kutcher. One of her much talked about Tweets is a photo of her self missing a tooth! Demi Moore, in sunglasses, on a dentists chair, missing a front tooth!...
Singing sensation Boyle gets new chance to shine - The Associated Press
Boyle's performance last month on the "American Idol"-style show "Britain's Got Talent" has been viewed almost 60 million times on You Tube, and saw the shy Scot feted by celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey and Demi Moore. The awkward looking Boyle,...
What You Can Learn From Ashton Kutcher And Demi Moore On Using Twitter - OfficialWire
What's interesting is that today, Ashton and his wife, actress Demi Moore use the network not just to tweet about their daily lives but also the social issues and causes they support and believe in. The couple reaches 2.6 million followers on the...
Bask in the lap of luxury in the Baja - Calgary Herald
That's why jet-setters and celebs like Oprah Winfrey, Demi Moore and Dustin Hoffman travel there, according to web gossip -- although you won't hear the staff dish about their hallowed guests. If you do happen to spot a famous face under a big hat and...
Roadside Attractions acquires rights to Happy Tears - Blast
Starring Demi Moore, Parker Posey, Ellen Barkin and Rip Torn, Roadside plans to release the film in early 2010. “Happy Tears” recently had its world premiere at the 2009 Berlin Film Festival. “We're very excited to be releasing this film and to be...
Kate Hudson and Demi Moore - Women's Wear Daily
Kate Hudson, Rachel Weisz, Demi Moore, Jessica Biel, Justin Timberlake, and Anne Hathaway were just some of the boldfacers sipping champagne and craning their necks to get a peek at the various baubles on display. Even Patti Smith showed up....
Ashton Kutcher fulfills promise, pranks CNN - CNN
Ashton Kutcher, along with his wife, Demi Moore, dropped by Atlanta, Georgia's CNN Center on Wednesday to fulfill his promise to "ding-dong-ditch" CNN founder Ted Turner's house after winning last April's race to attract 1 million followers on the...
In search of Susan Boyle - Times Online
Susan Boyle, star of Britain's Got Talent, “Hairy Angel” and Demi Moore's favourite singer, went out about an hour ago. Probably shopping. Eventually, one of the cameramen goes to his car, rummages in the boot, and dons a cardboard mask with Boyle's...
Madonna and Demi Moore 'planning double date' - Now Magazine Online
Madge, 50, is hoping new man Jesus Luz, 22, will hit it off with Demi's husband Ashton Kutcher, 31. 'Demi has been really supportive of Madonna in her relationship with Jesus,' a source tells the Mail On Sunday. 'She knows more than anyone how great it...
Celebrity photos: Tyra Banks, Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, Jason Wu ... - San Jose Mercury News
Among the Hollywood crowd at this year's event were Tyra Banks, shown here in a photo by AP's Evan Agostini, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, and Natasha Bedingfield. Eva Longoria Parker was there hob-nobbing with Jason Wu (the designer of Michelle...

Demi Moore

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Demetria Gene "Demi" Moore Kutcher (née Guynes; November 11, 1962) is an American actress. She became well-known after a string of 1980s teen-oriented movies, and was one of the best known actresses of 1990s Hollywood. She is married to actor Ashton Kutcher.

Moore was born Demetria Gene Guynes in Roswell, New Mexico. As a child, Moore had a difficult and unstable home life. Her biological father, Charles Harmon, left her mother, Virginia King (November 27 1943 – July 2 1998), after a two-month marriage, before Moore was born. As a result, Moore had the surname of her stepfather, Danny Guynes (March 9 1943 – October 1980), on her birth certificate. Danny Guynes, who committed suicide in 1980, frequently changed jobs; as a result the family moved a total of forty times, once living in a small town called Rogers Manor, Pennsylvania. Moore's parents were alcoholics and often fought and beat each other. Moore was cross-eyed as a child, and wore an eye patch in an attempt to correct the problem until it was eventually corrected by two surgeries. She also suffered from kidney dysfunction. Demi Moore also has heterochromia; she has one green eye, and the other hazel.

Moore's family settled in Los Angeles in 1976. Moore attended Hollywood's Fairfax High School, where her schoolmates included Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis and actor Timothy Hutton. When Moore was sixteen, her friend, actress Nastassja Kinski, persuaded her to drop out of school to become an actress. In 1979, she met and married her first husband, songwriter Freddy Moore. They divorced in 1985.

Moore's film debut was in the 1982 3-D science fiction/horror film, Parasite, which was a hit on the drive-in circuit, ultimately grossing $7 million. However, Moore was not widely known until she played the part of Jackie Templeton on the ABC soap opera, General Hospital, from 1982-1983. Appropriately, she also had an uncredited cameo at the end of the 1982 spoof Young Doctors in Love.

In the mid-1980s, Moore appeared in the youth-oriented films St. Elmo's Fire and About Last Night, and she was often listed as one of the Brat Pack, a name the media dubbed a certain group of top young actors at the time. After the commercial success of Ghost, Moore was given more prominent roles in A Few Good Men, Indecent Proposal, Disclosure and The Hunchback of Notre Dame for which she was the first actress to reach the $10 million salary mark. During the early 1990s, she was the highest paid actress in Hollywood. She never duplicated the success of Ghost and had a string of less successful films like The Scarlet Letter, The Juror, Striptease, and G.I. Jane. Meanwhile, Moore's Passion of Mind co-star Joss Ackland lambasted Moore by describing her as being "not very bright or talented". although he worked with her again on Flawless in 2008. At the same time she produced and starred in a TV mini-series called If These Walls Could Talk, written by Nancy Savoca. A three-part series on abortion, Savoca directed two segments, including the one in which Moore played a single woman in the 1950s seeking a back-alley abortion. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress for that role.

Moore was a founding "celebrity investor" in the Planet Hollywood chain of international theme restaurants (modeled after the Hard Rock Cafe and launched in New York on October 22, 1991) along with Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and then-husband Bruce Willis.

After a break from her acting career, Moore returned to the screen as a former member of Charlie's Angels gone bad in the 2003 film Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. In 2006, she appeared in Bobby which featured an all-star cast including her husband Ashton Kutcher although they did not appear in any scenes together. On June 1, 2007, her most recent film, Mr. Brooks, was released. She appeared in Jon Bon Jovi's longform video "Destination Anywhere" as Janie.

In 2006, Moore became the new face of the prestigious Cosmetic brand Helena Rubinstein.

In August 1991, Moore appeared nude on the cover of Vanity Fair under the title More Demi Moore. Annie Leibovitz shot the picture while Moore was seven months pregnant with her daughter Scout LaRue, intending to portray "anti-Hollywood, anti-glitz" attitude. The cover sparked an intense controversy for Vanity Fair and Demi Moore. It was widely discussed on television, radio, and in newspaper articles. Some retailers pulled the issue from newsstands, while others only sold it in a brown paper bag. The frankness of Leibovitz' portrayal of a pregnant sex symbol led to divided opinions, ranging from complaints of sexual objectification to celebrations of the photograph as a symbol of empowerment.

The photograph was subject to numerous parodies, including the Spy magazine version, which placed Moore's then husband Bruce Willis' head on her body. In Leibovitz v. Paramount Pictures Corp., Leibovitz sued over one parody featuring Leslie Nielsen, made to promote the 1994 film Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult. In the parody, the model's body was attached to what is described as "the guilty and smirking face of Mr. Nielsen appeared above". The teaser said "Due this March". The case was dismissed in 1996 because the parody relied "for its comic effect on the contrast between the original". Moore would in August 1992 again become an artistic subject on the cover of Vanity Fair for the world's leading body painting artist, Joanne Gair in Demi's Birthday Suit.

Moore married singer Freddy Moore in 1980 and they divorced in 1985. In 1987, Moore met Moonlighting star Bruce Willis. They soon fell in love and married two months later. The star couple had three daughters together: Rumer Willis (b. 1988), Scout LaRue Willis (b. 1991) and Tallulah Belle Willis (b. 1994). Demi and Bruce separated in 1998 and were divorced in 2000, but remain friends to this day. In 2003, Moore began dating actor Ashton Kutcher, who is more than fifteen years her junior. After much press speculation and interest, Demi married Ashton in 2005.

Moore's primary residence is in Hailey, Idaho, near the famous Sun Valley resort, although she spends much time in the Los Angeles area with Kutcher. She is a practicing follower of the Rabbi Philip Berg's Kabbalah Centre religion, and initiated Kutcher into the faith, having said that she "didn’t grow up Jewish, but... would say that been more exposed to the deeper meanings of particular rituals than any of friends ever did". Contrary to popular belief, Moore claims she has never been a raw foodist and dispels the vegan rumors by eating a hamburger in a recent Mario Testino photoshoot. Moore legally changed her last name to Kutcher two years after marrying husband Ashton Kutcher. However, she will continue to use Moore in her professional life and her acting roles.

According to the New York Times, Moore is "the world's most high-profile doll collector", and among her favorites is the Gene Marshall fashion doll.

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More Demi Moore

Leslie Nielsen in the Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult advert.

More Demi Moore or the August 1991 Vanity Fair cover was a controversial handbra nude photograph of the then seven-months pregnant Demi Moore taken by Annie Leibovitz for the August 1991 cover of Vanity Fair to accompany a cover story about Moore. One of several parodies of the image was used for advertising Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult (1994) that led to the 1998 Second Circuit fair use case Leibovitz v. Paramount Pictures Corp. In each of the subsequent two years, Moore made follow-up cover appearances on Vanity Fair, the first of which propelled Joanne Gair to prominence as a trompe-l'œil body painter.

The cover has had a lasting societal impact. Since the cover was released, several celebrities have posed for photographs in advanced stages of pregnancy, although not necessarily as naked as Moore. This trend has made pregnancy photos fashionable and created a booming business. The photograph is one of the most highly regarded magazine covers of all time, and it is one of Leibovitz's best known works. In addition to popularizing pregnancy photographs and being satirically parodied, there has been backlash surrounding the photo because it spawned criticism. Critical opinions rated it as an artistic statement or grotesque and obscene. It was also seriously considered when internet decency standards were first being legislated and adjudicated.

In 1991, Demi Moore was a budding A-list movie star who had been married to Bruce Willis since 1987. The couple had had their first child Rumer Willis in 1988, and they had hired three photographers for an audience of six friends for the delivery. She had starred in the 1990 Academy Award-winning film Ghost, for which she was paid $350,000, and she had earned $2 million for 1991 roles in The Butcher's Wife, Mortal Thoughts and Nothing But Trouble. Following the photo, she would earn $3 million for her 1992 role in A Few Good Men and $5 million apiece for roles in The Scarlet Letter (1995) and Disclosure (1994). Willis was already an A-list star, having earned $10 million for both Look Who's Talking (1989) and Look Who's Talking Too (1990) as well as $5 million for Die Hard (1989) and $7.5 million for Die Hard 2 (1990).

Annie Leibovitz had been chief photographer at Rolling Stone from 1973 until 1983, when she moved to Vanity Fair. In 1991, she had the first mid-career show, Annie Leibovitz Photographs 1970-1990, ever given a photographer by the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., with a similarly titled accompanying book. The show traveled to New York City at the International Center of Photography for a showing that would run until December 1, 1991.

The photograph was one of several taken by Leibovitz of seven-months pregnant 28-year-old Moore, then carrying the couple's second daughter, Scout LaRue. The photographs ranged from Moore in lacy underwear and spiked high heels, to a revealing peignoir. The final selection had Moore wearing only a diamond ring. Joanne Gair worked on make-up for the shoot. Samuel Irving Newhouse, Jr., chairman of Conde Nast Publications, was very supportive of the chosen cover despite the potential for lost sales. Tina Brown, Vanity Fair editor, quickly realized that there would be harsh backlash for regular distribution of the magazine; the issue had to be wrapped in a white envelope with only Moore's eyes visible. However, Brown viewed the image as a chance to make a statement about the decade of the 1990s after a decade dominated by power suits.

The use of a pregnant sex symbol was in a sense an attempt to combat the pop culture representations of the anathema of the awkward, uncomfortable, and grotesquely excessive female form in a culture that values thinness. Leibovitz' candid portrayal drew a wide spectrum of responses from television, radio and newspaper personalities and the public at large ranging from complaints of sexual objectification to celebrations of the photograph as a symbol of empowerment. One of the judges in Leibovitz v. Paramount Pictures Corp. stated that the image evoked Botticelli's Birth of Venus. The contemporary retrospective view of some is that this photograph is "high art". The intent of the photograph was to portray pregnancy with a celebrity in a way that was bold, proud and understated in a "anti-Hollywood, anti-glitz" manner. It was successful in some regards as many perceived it as a statement of beauty and pride. However, many took offense and the cover drew unusually intense controversy for Vanity Fair in the form of ninety-five television spots, sixty-four radio shows, 1,500 newspaper articles and a dozen cartoons. Some stores and newsstands refused to carry the August issue, while others modestly concealed it in the wrapper evocative of porn magazines.

The photo is not only considered one of Leibovitz's most famous, but also an almost mythical representation. It is considered emblematic of Si Newhouse's reputation for "newsy features and provocative photos." It is the first photo mentioned in the New York Times review of Leibovitz's exhibition Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer's Life, 1990-2005 at the Brooklyn Museum and it is contrasted with another of her female pregnancy photographs (of Melania Trump).

In 2007, Moore stated that the picture was not originally intended for publication. She had posed in a personal photo session, not a cover shoot. Leibovitz has had personal photo sessions of Moore and all of her daughters.

The photograph was parodied on several occasions, including the computer-generated Spy magazine version, which placed Willis' head on Moore's body. In Leibovitz v. Paramount Pictures Corp., Leibovitz sued over one parody featuring Leslie Nielsen, made to promote the 1994 film Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult. In the parody, the model's body was used and "the guilty and smirking face of Mr. Nielsen appeared above". The teaser said "Due this March". The case was dismissed in 1996 because the parody relied "for its comic effect on the contrast between the original".

When the internet arose as a popular and important medium and the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling on the Communications Decency Act of 1996 (CDA), Moore's image was described as a sort of litmus test to determine if the law could be reasonably applied in the current environment by the trial court. When John Paul Stevens' rendered an opinion over a year later, the image was still on the minds of legal scholars.

Fifteen years later the photo continued to be parodied. In 2006, graffiti artist Banksy used a Simpsons-like character to replace Moore's head for a promotion in Los Angeles, California. He illegally posted the parody around Los Angeles to promote his website and his exhibition.

In the Demi's Birthday Suit August 1992 issue of Vanity Fair, Moore was shown on the cover in the body painting photo by Joanne Gair. The painting is the best-known example of modern body painting artwork. It made Gair an immediate pop culture star as the most prominent body paint artist, which prompted consideration for an Absolut Vodka Absolut Gair ad campaign. The 1992 cover, which required a thirteen-hour sitting for Gair and her team of make-up artists, was a commemoration of the August 1991 photo. Leibovitz could not decide where to shoot, and reserved two mobile homes, four hotel rooms and five houses.

In December 1993, Moore was again on the cover of Vanity Fair, but this time she was dressed in two straps and a large red bow and was sitting on David Letterman's lap while he was dressed up as Santa Claus.

Other celebrities have since posed nude while in advanced pregnancy: Britney Spears advertisements led to great controversy surrounding billboard displays. She also appeared on the cover of Harper's Bazaar in June 2006. Newsweek referred to the pose more than a decade later as if it was the photographic posing technique, and The New York Times coined "demiclad" for the nude pregnant handbra pose. Eventually, Vogue and Harper's Bazaar included pregnant cover models, and Star included a pregnant foursome of Katie Holmes, Gwen Stefani, Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie. They also had a "Bump Brigade" of Jennie Garth, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Sofia Coppola. Vogue had a very pregnant 37-year-old Brooke Shields on the cover of its April 2003 issue. By the time Linda Evangelista appeared pregnant (and clothed) on the August 2006 cover of Vogue, pregnancy was not the emphasis of the story. However, even at the end of 2007 appearing bare-bellied and pregnant on the cover of a magazine, as Christina Aguilera did for Marie Claire, was still considered a derivative of Moore's original. When Melania Trump appeared in American Vogue, she held in esteem as a model of maternity fashion by Anna Wintour. A commemoration of the photo was a self-portrait by Leibovitz in which she appeared in profile and pregnant for her A Photographer's Life exhibition. Myleene Klass posed for a similar nude pregnant photo for Glamour magazine in 2007.

The photo has had long cultural and social impact in the U.S. Many women feel that the rush of celebrities taking pregnant photos has made taking such photos glamorous for pregnant mothers. As the photos have become more common on magazine covers the business of documenting pregnancies photographically has boomed. Furthermore, the photo is critically acclaimed. Almost fifteen years after its publication it was listed as the second best magazine cover of the last forty years by the American Society of Magazine Editors.

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Parasite (film)

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Parasite is a 1982 horror/science fiction film starring Demi Moore in her first major film role. The Soundtrack includes Show A Little Emotion (Freddy Moore) by Boy, produced by Ed Stasium and Liam Sternberg.

In the far future, an atomic disaster has reduced the world to poverty. Instead of a government, America is run by an organization called the Merchants, who exploit the degenerate remains of society. In order to keep control of the populace, the Merchants force Dr. Paul Dean (Robert Glaudini) to create a new life form, a parasite that feeds on its host. Realizing the deadly potential of such a being, Dean escapes the Merchants with the parasite, infecting himself in the process. Now on the run, he travels from town to town, studying the parasite so that he can find a way to destroy it, all the while keeping one step ahead of a Merchant named Wolf (James Davidson) who is hunting for him. While resting in a desert town, he is attacked by a gang of hooligans (Cherie Currie, Freddy Moore, Natalie May, Joanelle Romero, Tom Villard) led by Ricus (Luca Bercovici), a former slave of the Merchants. The gang steals the parasite, not realizing what it is, and it infects one of the members. Meanwhile, Paul befriends a pretty young lemon grower named Patricia Wells (Demi Moore), who promises to help him destroy the escaped parasite. Ricus, trying to save the life of his friend, comes to Paul for help, only to be confronted by Wolf. Patricia, Paul, and Ricus manage to evade Wolf, but when they return, the parasite has spread to another member and grown into a fleshy worm with a mouthful of deadly teeth. After killing the parasite in Paul, the worm attacks Wolf, who is then blown up by Patricia, Paul, and Ricus.

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The Juror

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The Juror is a 1996 film directed by Brian Gibson and starring Demi Moore as Annie Laird, a single mother, picked for jury duty on a Mafia trial. She is forced to persuade her fellow jurors to vote "not guilty" by "the Teacher," who threatens to kill her son. When the trial is over, however, he cannot seem to let her go. The film was released on February 2, 1996.

Annie Laird (Demi Moore) is a sculptor who lives in New York, with her son Oliver (Joseph Gordon-Levitt). Annie works a day job as a data-entry clerk. Oliver has a crush on Annie's friend Juliet (Ann Heche), who has a son named Jesse (Brett Barsky).

Annie is selected to be one of the jurors in the trial of mob boss Louie Boffano (Tony Lo Bianco) who is accused of ordering the murders of Salvador Riggio and Salvador's grandson Thomas Riggio (Joseph Perrino).

Annie soon meets a man named Mark Cordell (Alec Baldwin). After Mark buys some of Annie's artwork, he wines and dines her, and then Annie discovers that Mark is better known as "The Teacher" -- he's Louie's enforcer, and the material perpetrator of the hit job for which Louie is being prosecuted. Mark tells Annie to convince the jury to acquit Louie, or else Oliver, Juliet, and Jesse will all die.

An extremely frightened Annie does convince the jury to acquit Louie. After the trial, Louie wonders if maybe Annie should disappear, because Louie sees Annie as a loose end. But Mark has a problem with that. He seems to have developed feelings for Annie, or perhaps an obsession. In order to exert further pressure on her, Mark goes after Juliet, who we discover has been Mark's lover. After the two have sex, Mark reveals himself to Juliet as Annie's stalker. Mark pulls his gun and forces Juliet to swallow poison pills one by one, until she dies an agonizing death. Mark later boasts, implicitly, of Juliet's murder when speaking to his partner Eddie (James Gandolfini), whose immediate understanding and slightly unsettled reaction suggest that this behavior is not at all unusual in Mark. Eddie, we learn, is disgusted with Mark's sadistic nature, and so he later helps Annie, telling her that he also has a child and understands her dedication to protecting her son.

Desperate, Annie hides Oliver in T'ui Cuch, Guatemala with her friend Boone (Matt Craven). At the same time, the DA wants Annie to turn state's witness so they can go after Mark, who now plans to take over Louie's empire with the help of South American drug dealers. When the DA's office has her wear a wire, Annie gets Mark to incriminate himself in a boastful rant on his ambitions. She then uses the tape to tip off Louie to Mark's plans and Louie schedules a meeting to deal with Mark.

Eddie arranges the meeting, obviously intended to be an execution. It provides further evidence qualifying Mark as an intelligent psychopath; he escapes unharmed, killing Louie and Louie's son Joseph (Michael Rispoli), along with all the henchmen present. Furious at Annie and Eddie for setting him up, he slashes Eddie's throat and calls Annie from Eddie's house, revealing his knowledge of her son's whereabouts and his intention to travel to Guatemala to kill him.

When Mark arrives there, there is a showdown between Annie and Mark as he threatens to kill Oliver. A native arrives with a rifle and shoots Mark. Annie reluctantly kills the wounded Mark to ensure the safety of her son.

A nearly identical circumstance befalls juror Joanna Whalley in the Heywood Gould film "Trial by Jury" (1994), based on a book by novelist Jordan Katz. But here Alec Baldwin's character is the focus, whereas "Trial By Jury" divides the role between ex-cop William Hurt and gangster Armand Assante.

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Indecent Proposal

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Indecent Proposal is a 1993 film drama directed by Adrian Lyne. It stars Robert Redford, Demi Moore, Woody Harrelson, Seymour Cassel and Oliver Platt. It is based on the novel of the same name by Jack Engelhard.

Childhood sweethearts David (Woody Harrelson) and Diana Murphy (Demi Moore) are a married couple who travel to Las Vegas, hoping they can win enough money to finance David's fantasy real estate project. They place their money on number 8 and lose. After gambling away all of their savings, they encounter billionaire John Gage (Robert Redford). John is attracted to Diana and offers David one million dollars to spend a night with her. After a difficult night, David and Diana decide to accept the offer, and a contract is signed the next day. John flies Diana to a private yacht, and it is assumed that their arrangement is consummated.

Although he had hoped to forget the whole incident, David grows increasingly insecure about his relationship with Diana, consumed with a fear that she remains involved with Gage; this insecurity is heightened by the fact Diana discovers that Gage has bought their home/property while it was going into foreclosure. Because of this tension on their relationship, David and Diana separate. John actively persists and renews his advances on Diana. Although she initially resists, Diana eventually consents to spending time with him, and a relationship develops. David, meanwhile, realizes he cannot go on without the love of his life. When Diana files for divorce, David makes one final attempt to win her back.

John sees how Diana looks at David and recognizes that, even if she stayed with him, their relationship would never achieve the intensity she had with David. In John's presence, David gives the money away. Then John misleads her into thinking that she was only the latest in a long line of "million dollar girls". She leaves John and returns to David.

The film was a box office success, earning $106,614,059 in the U.S. and $160,000,000 internationally for a worldwide total of $266,614,059.

Although this film shares some thematic elements with the novel that inspired it, the underlying plot is entirely different: in Engelhard's novel, main character Joshua is a Jew, and his billionaire foil is an Arab. The mental battle between Joshua and his rival is therefore not merely a game of money but rather an extension of the Arab-Israeli conflict. While the novel does end on a positive note, it isn't quite the happy ending portrayed in the film.

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Mortal Thoughts

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Mortal Thoughts is a mystery film thriller film released in 1991. The film is based on the story of a woman, who is interrogated by the police about the death of her friend's husband. It was directed by Alan Rudolph and stars Demi Moore, Bruce Willis, and Harvey Keitel. Bruce Willis plays James Urbanski, the violent, drug-addict husband of Cynthia's friend Joyce (Glenne Headly), who is murdered one horrible evening at a nearby Feast of San Gennarro festival.

The film revolves mainly around a scene in which Cynthia Kellogg (Demi Moore) is interrogated by two investigators at the police station. The deposition given by Cynthia is supported by detailed flashbacks throughout the film. The interrogation arouses particular suspicion about whether Cynthia's own husband could have informed the police about the incident and anything which his wife could have confided in him.

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