Jake (Stuart Paul), an aspiring writer and movie director, happens to sight a pretty woman, Chelly (Cheryl M. Lynn) on the streets. Thinking she would be perfect for his next film, Jake convinces her to spend time with him. Chelly is a troubled soul, however, with an upsetting past and an alcohol problem. This makes their relationship an up and down sort of affair. Jake keeps consulting ouija boards, fortune tellers, falling stars, etc. to determine if Chelly is fated for him. Will Jake make the movie and cast Chelly as his leading lady in life as well?
This has to be one of the worst movies ever produced. The script seems written by a teenage writer with ADD, the acting is abysmal, and the overall production is ugly and flawed. Even the loving Jewish family surrounding Jake hits a sour note. Any potential viewer should run for his or her life if the video ever appears on the shelves of the local film store.
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