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Starving artist Gus Bishop can't even give away his paintings. But a fictitious Geoffrey Buonardi, with the same paintings and an inventive back story, can become the darling of the art world. How long can Gus Bishop perpetrate the scam and remain in the shadows while his legendary alter ego basks in the spotlight as The Next Big Thing? Written by
Written by A. Franchi and D. Torrente
Performed by Bubbles
Published by Big Tiger Music, Inc. (BMI)
Courtesy of Lovecat Music/Dieffe Records
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A typical starving artist (Eigeman) is unable to sell his paintings until a scam artist creates a mysterious identity for him and proves that one can find wealth and true love through fraud as his art becomes "The Next Big Thing". There is as little to praise and there is to fault in this easy-going B romcom now on cable. An okay time killer for couch potatoes. (C+)
Note - Farley Granger, 50's heart-throb, makes a rare appearance in this film.
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