The advertisements for “The Bodyguard” make it resemble a sentiment, in any case it’s an investigation of two ways of life: of a popular music genius whose acclaim and fortune relies on upon a large number of fans, and of an expert bodyguard who makes his living by shielding her from those fans. The film contains a romantic tale, however it’s the sort of monitored energy that develops between two individuals who invest a great deal of time keeping their needs straight.
The star is Rachel Marron, played by Whitney Houston, and is as rich and well known as . . . Whitney Houston. The bodyguard is Frank Farmer (Kevin Costner), who got his preparation in the Secret Service and still points the finger at himself for the way that Ronald Reagan got shot, despite the fact that he had an amazing reason for being far from work that day. Presently Farmer procures himself out at $3,000 a week to protect famous people, and is mindful so as not to get included.