Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Alan Rudolph|
|Produced by||Taylor Hackford
|Written by||William Reilly
|Music by||Mark Isham|
|Edited by||Tom Walls|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Mortal Thoughts is a 1991 dramatic mystery thriller, about a woman who is interrogated by the police regarding the death of her friend's husband. It was directed by Alan Rudolph and stars Demi Moore, Glenne Headly, Bruce Willis, and Harvey Keitel. Willis plays James Urbanski, the violent, drug-addicted husband of Joyce (Headly), who is murdered one evening at a Feast of Saint Rocco 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.
- Demi Moore as Cynthia Kellogg
- Glenne Headly as Joyce Urbanski
- Bruce Willis as James Urbanski
- Harvey Keitel as Detective John Woods
- John Pankow as Arthur Kellogg
- Billie Neal as Detective Linda Nealon
- Frank Vincent and Doris McCarthy as Dominic and Jeanette, Joyce's parents
- Karen Shallo as Gloria, James' mother
The film holds a 57% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 14 reviews and grossed $19,018,321 against its $8 million budget.
- Mortal Thoughts at the Internet Movie Database
- Mortal Thoughts at Box Office Mojo
- Mortal Thoughts at Rotten Tomatoes
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