The Muse

Fearful that he is losing his creativity, screenwriter Albert Brooks seeks help from successful fellow scribe Jeff Bridges. His secret turns out to be gorgeous Sharon Stone, who claims to be one of the nine Muses from Greek mythology and who will provide inspiration to Brooks in exchange for "little gifts" like Tiffany jewelery and a posh hotel suite. Sharp and funny Hollywood satire, directed and co-written by Brooks. Also stars Andie MacDowell; Cameos by James Cameron, Martin Scorsese and others.

Year: 1999
Genre: Comedy
Country: USA
Director: Albert Brooks
Starring: Albert Brooks, Sharon Stone, Andie MacDowell, Jeff Bridges
Duration: 97 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains sexual references.
Location in store: Comedy
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