The story of Heidi Fleiss, known as "The Hollywood Madam", who was the daughter of a prominent Los Angeles doctor and eventually became a prostitute for a well-known Los Angeles madam. She ... See full summary »
When Jackie goes to Patrick's apartment to explain about not wanting the TV people to know about their relationship, she appears outside his door in a royal blue sweater with a brown jacket. When they cut to the interior shot, she is in a bright orange sweater with a blue one underneath. See more »
It's better to be hated for who you are than to be loved for who you are not.
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It was a witty, fun, hilarious movie. Wendy Crewson was dead-on as the bitter writer who falls in love with a younger man. I thought she worked well with Joe Cobden, and Peter Coyote as well.
The movie was well-written and well-directed. It had lots of snappy dialogue, and a lot of scenes with Wendy's character and Joe's character bantering back and forth. They were good at this and made it very believable.
The scenes showing Wendy's character with her book agent were funny too. Between the agent and Peter Coyote's character Lionel, there were plenty of good foils for Jackie (Wendy's character) to play off of. I loved this movie!
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