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Playing Gina in Guillermo Arriaga's film, the 55-year-old actress has been unusually cast in a maternal role as the head of a large family.
That said, her character's decision to embark on an affair has more than a hint of the blonde bombshell roles that made Basinger a lad's mag favourite in the 1980s, most notably her pulse-racing turn in 9 Weeks as a raunchy gallery worker who starts an impersonal affair with Mickey Rourke.
She exudes confidence both on- and off-screen, although the demands of motherhood are making those appearances in front of the camera increasingly rare.
Golden Globes, USA winner for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture, Kim Basinger is a famous actress and former model from United States and she is popular for portraying her role in the movies like L. She is an American and is of English, German, Scottish, Swedish, Native American and Irish descent.
But Basinger thinks it might now be time, in her sixth decade, to stop taking her clothes off on-screen: "If something is really well written and has that aspect of sexual da da da, maybe I'll go there again, but I'm not ready to jump into something sexual again. Her first starring role was in the 1978 made-for-TV movie Katie, Portrait of a Centrefold, in which she played an aspiring actress who comes to Hollywood and ends up appearing in men's magazines.
She played a prostitute in From Here to Eternity and was a Bond Girl, opposite Sean Connery in Never Say Never Again.
In 1997, she won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar playing a call girl in the neo-noir detective drama L. "A woman's relationship with her body is one that no poet has ever captured, nor has any book that I've read." Strangely, her beauty has become a source of embarrassment of late, especially now that her daughter's friends have been introduced to some of her performances.Her first husband, the make-up artist Ron Snyder-Britton, wrote a memoir about their marriage, Longer Than Forever, in which he discussed her rumoured affairs with Prince and Richard Gere.No wonder, The Burning Plain, which focuses on family, a woman's position in society and difficulties with men appealed to the actress."That might be a tad true," blurts out the actress."Once I make these movies, I've lived so deep with the character that it would be too shallow to watch it. But once I've travelled in those waters and gone to the depths that you need to go to, I don't know that I would get any benefit from watching the film." She cannot, or rather chooses not, to recall which film of hers she last watched, admitting that she watches herself when she's flicking through channels and catches something by accident or she if hears her daughter laughing at something she's watching on the television.