Small town girl Marcy (Tara Walker) comes to the LA with stars in her eyes, thinking she can make it big on "Search For A Star." Instead, with little money and no friends, she finds herself... See full summary »

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Rose
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Mort
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Marcy
Melinda Skilondz ...
Alley Lady
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Social Worker
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Street Hooker #1
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Film Production Associate
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Iraq War Vet
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John
Pamela Bryant ...
Street Hooker #2
Rosslynn Taylor Jordan ...
TV Show Associate
Hector Mercado ...
Dance Instructor
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Rapist
Joel Quiroa ...
Domestic Worker
Eddie Zaratsian ...
Flower Shop Owner
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Small town girl Marcy (Tara Walker) comes to the LA with stars in her eyes, thinking she can make it big on "Search For A Star." Instead, with little money and no friends, she finds herself sleeping in her car. Things dramatically change when she meets Rose (Debbie Allen), living in a cardboard box, and Mort (John Savage), a wheelchair-bound Gulf War veteran. After first fighting over territory, these three lost souls bond in friendship, protecting and supporting each other in a story that is at once profoundly funny, heart-warming and poignant. Written by Daniel Yost

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In order to prepare for the scene in which Marcy tries to prostitute herself on the streets of L.A., actress Tara Walker actually drank part of a flask of vodka hoping to really come across drunkenly as her character, Marcy, is in the scene. For this scene she says she drew inspiration from actress Audrey Hepburn's drugged out scene at the fountain with Gregory Peck in Roman Holiday. See more »

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