Indecent Proposal (1993)

Director
Adrian Lyne

Main cast
Robert Redford; Demi Moore; Woody Harrelson; Seymour Cassel; Oliver Platt

Genres
Drama

Description
Robert Redford stars as billionaire John Gage, who offers a down-on-his-luck yuppie husband (Woody Harrelson) $1 million for the opportunity to spend the night with the man's wife (Demi Moore).


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