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[[Performer~P100466~Adrian Lyne~adrianlyne]] buffs the premise of [[Feature~V22995~Honeymoon in Vegas~honeymooninvegas]] to a fine gloss in this yuppie melodrama that poses the conundrum of whether the loving husband of an equally loving wife will accept $1 million to allow his wife to spend one night with a billionaire who looks like [[Performer~P107758~Robert Redford~robertredford]]. All the cynics please take a number and form a line at the right. [[Performer~P103370~Demi Moore~demimoore]] and [[Performer~P30548~Woody Harrelson~woodyharrelson]] play Diana and David Murphy, high-school sweethearts who marry and who are doing very well -- Diana is a successful real-estate agent, and David is an idealistic architect who has built a dream house by the ocean -- until the recession hits. Suddenly, David loses his job, and they can't make the mortgage payments. Dead broke, they borrow $5000 from David's father and head to Las Vegas to try to win money to pay the mortgage on their house. At first, they get $25,000 ahead -- but inevitably the house always wins, and they end up losing it all. While Diana is in the fancy casino boutique trying to lift some candy, she is spotted by billionaire John Gage ([[Performer~P107758~Robert Redford~robertredford]]), who is immediately attracted to her. John invites Diana and David to an opulent party, and it is there that John offers David $1 million for a night with his wife. David is wracked by this moral dilemma, but Diana finally makes the decision on her own, with ensuing consequences for their ideal marriage and their bank account. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

  • Release date:April 7, 1993

Cast

Robert Redford
as John Gage
Demi Moore
as Diana Murphy
Woody Harrelson
as David Murphy
Oliver Platt
as Jeremy
Seymour Cassel
as Mr. Shackelford
Billy Bob Thornton
as Day Tripper
Billy Connolly
as Auction Emcee
Rip Taylor
as Mr. Langford
Sheena Easton
as Herself
Matthew Barry
as Architecture Student
Art Chudabala
as Architecture Student
Irene Olga Lopez
as Gage's Maid
Myra J.
as Craps Woman
Chi Muoi Lo
as Architecture Student
Israel Juarbe
as Citizenship Student
Kevin West
as Screenwriter
Herbie Hancock
as Himself
Robert "Bobby Z" Zajonc
as helicoptor pilot
Catlyn Day
as Wine Goddess
Danny Zorn
as Screenwriter
David Rees
as Businessman
Elsa Raven
as Citizenship Student
Hilary Reynolds
as Architecture Student
Jedda Jones
as Craps Woman
Jerome Rosenfeld
as Auction Bidder
Joe Bays
as Jeffrey
Joel Brooks
as Realtor
Joseph Ruskin
as Pit Boss
Lydia Nicole
as Citizenship Student
Mariclare Costello
as David's Mother
Maurice Sherbanee
as Citizenship Student
Pamela Holt
as David's Girlfriend
Pierre Epstein
as Van Buren
Selma Archerd
as Auction Bidder
Toru Nagai
as High-Roller Card-man
Victoria Thomas

Crew

Adrian Lyne
Director
Sherry Lansing
Producer
William Goldman
Screenwriter
Howard Atherton
Cinematographer
John Barry
Composer (Music Score)
Keith A. Wester
Musical Direction/Supervision
Joe Hutshing
Editor
Mel Bourne
Production Designer
Gae S. Buckley
Art Director
Michael Tadross
Co-producer
Tom Schulman
Executive Producer
Alex Gartner
Executive Producer
Etta Leff
Set Designer
Beatrix Aruna Pasztor
Costume Designer
Bernie Pollack
Costume Designer
Bobbie Read
Costume Designer
Craig Haagensen
Camera Operator
Victoria Thomas
Casting
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