Please refresh the page and retry. I n , Lisa Bonet certified her status as an icon of late-Eighties pop culture with her appearance in Angel Heart. As voodoo priestess Epiphany Proudfoot, Bonet slaughters chickens, has graphic sex in a shower of blood, and appears seemingly allergic to shirts not soaked in cold water. The problem was that Bonet was also Denise Huxtable, the sarcastic, sartorially-extroverted teen daughter on that most straight-laced and finger-wagging of Eighties American sitcoms, The Cosby Show. A bonafide teen idol, Bonet seemed poised to launch a successful film career, but was seemingly ill-prepared for the fallout the film would bring, along with the damage it caused to her relationship with Bill Cosby himself. A ngel Heart was an obviously radical departure for Bonet from the show that launched her career,. Despite Alan Parker having decided early on to cast her, Bonet still felt compelled to seek permission from Cosby before taking the role.
Good Girls Gone Bad: Lisa Bonet, ‘Angel Heart’
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Bill Cosby versus the devil: Lisa Bonet, voodoo sex, and the making of Angel Heart
Angel Heart is a American neo-noir psychological horror and occult detective film, and an adaptation of William Hjortsberg 's novel Falling Angel. Angel's investigation takes him to New Orleans , where he becomes embroiled in a series of brutal murders. Following publication of the novel, Hjortsberg began developing a screenplay for a film adaptation, but found that no film studio was willing to produce his script. The project resurfaced in , when producer Elliott Kastner brought the book to Parker's attention. Parker began work on a new script, and in doing so, made several changes from Hjortsberg's novel.
He is someone we immediately identify with. A regular Joe. But Angel Heart has none of the wit or pomp of its earlier antecedents and denies any comfort in the crimes it foretells. What follows is a narrative of fortune tellers, blues guitarists, cult sacrifice and a schizophrenic dissolution of identity all glued together by a seemingly endless supply of blood.