The protagonist is Stefan Lysenko, who started strong in his 20 year acting career but eventually fizzled out, turning into a B movie actor. Frustrated, he turns to making his own shoestring-budget movies, which have led only to debt. Long a fan of John Cassavetes and now living in the apartment where John shot a crucial scene from the movie "Minnie and Moskowiz", Stefan embarks on a quest to re-make the 1971 classic, using locations already at his disposal, in an effort to re-introduce Cassavetes to the public...but it's a fool's errand and he will turn into Don Quixote, tilting at windmills. Written by
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The main shooting location for the film was the Villa Elaine Apartments on Vine Street in Hollywood, which was previously used by John Cassavetes when shooting Minnie and Moskowitz
(1971). See more