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"I felt that there would be too much crying involved, and that it would be very tough to do that and remain sane at the end of the day.
Ultimately, I was afraid of how far I would go with this character, because I knew I wouldn't be faking it." Such a performance is the product of what could be described as a Faustian pact which the actress has made with her emotions.
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (1992) was directed by Curtis Hansen; starring Rebecca De Mornay, Annabella Sciorra, Matt Mc Coy, Julianne Moore, Ernie Hudson. When it was released in 1992, Curtis Hanson’s The Hand That Rocks the Cradle was criticised for preying on the fears of working mothers, and for containing a decidedly unfeminist subtext.
It's not difficult to see why: after losing her husband, home and baby (the three core status symbols of “traditional” womanhood), vengeful widow Mrs Mott (Rebecca De Mornay) decides that her best recourse is to steal someone else’s family.
For a second you think she's planning to smother the child - before she unveils her breast, and instead begins to feed him.