Home and Bedroom Worries How Angelina Jolie's Evelyn Salt Will Ever Get Some Rest

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Home and Bedroom wonders if Angelina Jolie's character Evelyn Salt can ever get a Good Night's Sleep. In an uncanny case of art imitating life, when the motion picture "Salt" debuts in movie theaters this week, audiences may have a case of déjà vu. That's because star Angelina Jolie will be acting out a spy thriller like the real life story of recently arrested Russian spy, Anna Chapman. To help out such real and wannabe spies, Home and Bedroom is offering additional discounts on its already discounted Spy Friendly Bedroom Furniture.

Angelina Jolie in "Salt"

If the plot line sounds familiar, it's because real life Anna Chapman , who was described by the Associated Press as "A redheaded sleeper agent who became the most high-profile figure in this U.S.-Russia spy case…"seems to have been playing the same role.

Home and Bedroom thinks Angelina, like alleged spy, Anna Chapman needs some rest after being pursued all day by the CIA. When "Salt," starring Angelina Jolie, hits movie theaters on July 23, 2010, it will be a case of Hollywood imitating real life. That's because Hollywood's Evelyn Salt has a lot in common with alleged operative Anna Chapman who was arrested for spying on June 27th, according to the Washington Post. How can these Spies get the sleep they need while running from the authorities. Home and Bedroom thinks Simmons Beautyrest World Class Mattresses are just what the Spymaster ordered and is offering them at a special "Spy Sale" which runs through August

Promos for "Salt," the upcoming motion picture, have the main character, Evelyn Salt, posing the rhetorical question: "You think everyone is who they say they are?" The query is a valid one given that the Angelina Jolie character finds herself being accused by a defector of being a Russian Sleeper Agent. In response, "Salt goes on the run [from the CIA] to clear her name and ultimately prove she is a patriot. Using all her skills and cunning, she must elude capture or the world's most powerful forces will erase any trace of her existence."

If the plot line sounds familiar, it's because real life Anna Chapman , who was described by the Associated Press as "A redheaded sleeper agent who became the most high-profile figure in this U.S.-Russia spy case…"seems to have been playing the same role. According to the Washington Post she was one of 10 "sleeper agents" who pleaded guilty Thursday (July 8th) to acting as unregistered agents for Russia and were then "swapped" for four Russian prisoners in a deal reminiscent of the Cold War". "When she was arrested on June 27, 2010, she admitted to working for a spy ring called the Illegals Program, which operated under the Sluzhba Vneshny Razvedki (SVR) Russian intelligence." Talk about getting no rest. She was deported back to Russia on July 8, 2010.

Evelyn Salt, however, is refusing to give up that easily. Led away by police for a crime she claims not to have committed, she must break free of handcuffs and go on the run to evade the legal authorities if she hopes to escape Chapman's fate. In the process, brandishing guns, scaling skyscrapers and leaping from bridges onto moving trucks are all in a day's work for Salt's alter ego Angelina Jolie.

At the end of that spy-accused, hard-working day, both Evelyn Salt and Jolie must somehow get a good night of rest. Home and Bedroom suggests that a Metal Bed would certainly afford Spies a way to take a breather without letting down their elusive guard. From there they can grab their guns, a disguise and make a quick getaway.

To learn more about how to give a bedroom a James Bond-inspired makeover, take a covert look at Bedroom Furniture any Spy would love, including Beautyrest NXG Mattresses, Keetsa Mattresses, Hillsdale Furniture and Fashion Bed Group Beds at http://www.home-and-bedroom.com, and use savings code "spy sale " to enjoy an extra 10 percent saving until October 31st.

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