Peter Horton worked on the movie, 'Split Image", which was so bad that it was in the theaters only for several weeks. James Woods played the deprogrammer.
Well, at least they tried... and Pfeiffer got something important out of it.
~ Mary McConnell, my nom de plume
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From the Wikipedia entry on Michelle Pfeiffer:
While taking acting classes in Los Angeles, Pfeiffer was taken in by a friendly couple who ran a metaphysics and vegetarian cult. While they helped Pfeiffer to no longer drink, smoke, or do drugs, the couple took control of her entire life. Much of her money went to the group. "I was brainwashed... I gave them an enormous amount of money." Pfeiffer, insecure, felt that she could no longer live without them. At an acting class taught by Milton Katselas in Los Angeles, Pfeiffer met fellow budding actor, Peter Horton. Pfeiffer and Horton began dating. The actor took notice of the young actress' plight, and decided to try to help her. Horton was cast in a film called Split Image. His character in the film is enrolled in Peter Fonda's cult. He is then de-programmed by James Woods. While doing research in San Francisco for the role, Horton took Pfeiffer along to meet real-life cult de-programmers. It was due to this experience that Pfeiffer finally felt strong enough to leave the couple.
What is ironic about this is that she met the man who helped her escape the cult at an acting class taught by Scientologist Milton Katselas. Horton not only helped her escape from one cult but may have saved her from getting sucked into another one!
"controlling" is the word
The end of the video is kinda interesting.