Indecent Proposal (1993)


Bil’s rating (out of 5):  B.  

USA, 1993.  .  Screenplay by , based on the novel by .  Cinematography by .  Produced by .  Music by .  Production Design by .  Costume Design by , , .  Film Editing by .  

 and play a couple whose plans to get ahead in their careers are thwarted by an economic recession that sees them possibly losing their dream home. Going on a trip to Vegas to try their luck at the gambling table, they get the opportunity of a lifetime fall into their lap when Moore catches the eye of business tycoon Robert Redford, who offers the pair a million dollars for one night with her. They figure it’s easy money, but cash exchanged for human contact is never without eventual strings attached. Things go from bad to worse in this film that puts across an incendiary premise but is little more than cheeseball soap opera; also, when it isn’t boring it just doesn’t make any sense.


One thought on “Indecent Proposal (1993)

  1. Good review. Though I had heard people hated it, I was very surprised by how intriguing it was. Not only are the performances great, but the points the movie brings up about a marriage, a faithful one at that and what constitutes one really hit me hard. A bit melodramatic at times, but I was forgiving enough.

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