A documentary crew from the BBC arrives in L.A. intent on interviewing Heidi Fleiss, a year after her arrest for running a brothel but before her trial. Several months elapse before the interview, so the crew searches for anyone who'll talk about the young woman. Two people have a lot to say to the camera: a retired madam named Alex for whom Fleiss once worked and Fleiss's one-time boyfriend, Ivan Nagy, who introduced her to Alex. Alex and Nagy don't like each other, so the crew shuttles between them with "she said" and "he said." When they finally interview Fleiss, they spend their time reciting what Alex and Nagy have had to say and asking her reaction. Written by
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If you believe anything they said you are, they made a fool of you. You're a fool. They flattered you, they told you how cute you are. How sexy you are. Right? There you go. So you think you're hot stuff. You're a cool dude, you're happening! "Hey, Hollywood! Heidi thinks I'm cool, I'm sexy!" You're a rube. She thinks you're a fucking idiot. You're an idiot. You're not in the club.
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