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The Oscar-winning actress is no stranger to R-rated movies these days, but she was a newbie back in 1994 when she joined Stephen Dorff in the indie film, S.F.W. (pictured) and it wont take you long to figure out what that stands for. Witherspoon, then just 17, began her career in the sweet 1991 romantic PG-13 drama The Man in the Moon and had starred in the 1993 Disney film, A Far Off Place. In S.F.W., she plays Wendy Pfister, who, along with Cliff (Dorff) and Joe (Jack Nosewothy), are the only three survivors of a month-long siege by terrorists at an L.A. convenience store.