A Barry Levinson Film

A Baltimore Pictures/Constant c Production
A Warner Bros. Release

Warner Bros.' "Disclosure," a drama of corporate intrigue starring Michael Douglas and Demi Moore and directed by Barry Levinson. Based on Michael Crichton's best-selling novel of the same name, "Disclosure" is produced by Levinson and Crichton from a screenplay by Paul Attanasio.

Filmed in Seattle, Washington and on Warner Bros. soundstages in California, the story tells of an executive at a high-tech firm who is passed over for a promotion, only to discover that his new boss is a woman with whom he'd had an affair 10 years before. When the woman immediately makes an aggressive sexual overture toward him, the man sues for sexual harassment, which uncovers a series of revelations about his own past and the future of his company. State-of-the-art special effects will bring to life the exciting and developing field of virtual reality, which plays a crucial role in the drama.

The corporate landscape is changing, make no mistake -- and so are the rules. Men and women of the '90s are fighting hard for those coveted few positions in the penthouse suite and using whatever tools they have: brains, hard work, good relationships -- or, in some cases, intimidation and manipulation. It's a tough world out there, and the battle of the sexes has moved to a new -- and much bigger -- arena.