Box Set includes: "Chastity", "Good Times", "Mermaids", "Moonstruck", "Silkwood", and "Tea With Mussolini". "Chastity" (Not Rated) - Written and produced by Sonny Bono, "Chastity" is a gritty, gutsy ride through a powerful, emotional landscape filled with love, adventure, tragedy and truth. Desperate to escape her dark past, wild child Chastity (Cher) hits the streets on a quest for freedom only to find herself launched on an electrifying odyssey of self-discovery. But as she thumbs her way cross-country and ends up at a seedy brothel in Mexico with fewer and fewer options she finally begins to see that the only safe place to run is into the arms of the one man who truly loves her. "Good Times" (Not Rated) - Husband-and-wife singers Sonny and Cher couldn't be hotter they even have an offer to star in a movie! Trouble is, Cher doesn't want to do it and the script stinks. Now Sonny has ten days to write a new script. He has great idea she could be a cowboy, the king of the jungle or a private eye. But he still has to convince his dynamite babe to sing the same tune! "Mermaids" (PG-13) - Charlotte (Ryder) is an adolescent girl torn between her blossoming passions for a handsome caretaker (Michael Schoeffling)... and her desire to be a nun (a tough calling for a girl who's Jewish). Complicating her already precarious teen angst is a little sister (Ricci), a determined would-be swimmer she affectionately calls fishhead, and their mother (Cher), a non-traditional, sexy, flamboyant woman who relocates them to a new town every time she causes a hint of scandal which is often. But even as their personal styles clash, these three incredibly different individuals begin to see that nothing not even a life-threatening tragedy can tear apart the bonds of family. "Moonstruck" (PG) - Cher is "devastatingly funny, sinuous and beautiful" (Pauline Kael) as Loretta, an unlucky in love Italian widow who finds romance through the intervention of the Manhattan moon. With her wedding to a close friend just weeks away, she meets and falls hopelessly in love with his younger brother (Cage)! Her dilemma and her equally passionate and hilariously eccentric family make for an unforgettable film you'll find "beguiling" (Time), "enchanting" (Newsweek) and "irresistible" ("Today Show"). "Silkwood" (R) - Karen Silkwood (Streep) lives a free-spirited existence with two friends (Kurt Russell and Cher) who work with her at an Oklahoma nuclear facility. It's only when she discovers she's been exposed to radiation that Karen's conscience awakens, and soon she is digging for evidence of wrongdoing at her company. But her sudden zeal for safer working conditions may come at a high price as she alienates friends...and possibly even puts her own life in peril. "Tea With Mussolini" (PG) - Pre-war Florence is the place to be for any proper British woman who relishes culture and the arts. These ladies have everything they could ever want or need - including a promise from Dictator Mussolini himself that not even the imminent World War will impose upon their lifestyle. But when it appears that his word is not kept, and these expatriates - who chose to stay in Italy instead of seeking refuge in their own country - are in trouble, it takes a young outcast boy and a brazen American woman (Cher) to keep them in the high life and out of harm's way.
Other Special Features: Languages: English and French; Subtitles: English, French and Spanish
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital