A Hollywood actress who worries that the movie world is eroding her grip on reality is drawn into a love affair with an ordinary - and married - guy.

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Morris King
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Bud Loring
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Ernestine King
Bryan Montgomery ...
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Reginald Broderick (as Davis Ackroyd)
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Alan Hildred
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Hal Graham (as Brain Kerwin)
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Suzy Sharp ...
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Beryl Graham
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Jean Graham
Paul Jonathan Henry ...
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A Hollywood actress who worries that the movie world is eroding her grip on reality is drawn into a love affair with an ordinary - and married - guy.

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This chapter is subtitled "Power, Passion, & Murder". See more »

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References Tales from the Hollywood Hills: Golden Land (1988) See more »

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I Can't Get Started
Performed by Bunny Berigan and his Orchestra
Courtesy of RCA Records
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Warning, a total waste of time.
19 January 2005 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

So the other night I decided to watch Tales from the Hollywood Hills: Natica Jackson. Or Power, Passion, Murder as it is called in Holland. When I bought the film I noticed that Michelle Pfeiffer was starring in it and I thought that had to say something about the quality. Unfortunately, it didn't.

1) The plot of the film is really confusing. There are two story lines running simultaneously during the film. Only they have nothing in common. Throughout the entire movie I was waiting for the moment these two story lines would come together so the plot would be clear to me. But it still hasn't.

2) The title of the film says the film will be about Natica Jackson. Well it is, sometimes. Like said the film covers two different stories and the part about Natica Jackson is the shortest. So another title for this movie would not be a wrong choice.

To conclude my story, I really recommend that you leave this movie where it belongs, on the shelf in the store on a place nobody can see it. By doing this you won't waste 90 minutes of your life, as I did.


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