A first-time feature-film director (who's also the writer and producer) is casting the lead actress. We meet him talking to his wife about the picture and the process. We meet the actress, ...
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A first-time feature-film director (who's also the writer and producer) is casting the lead actress. We meet him talking to his wife about the picture and the process. We meet the actress, Sandy, negotiating with her roommate and talking by phone to her mother. Then, we watch Sandy audition for the director at the call-back session; also attending are the casting director and the production company's sycophants. The wrinkle is that the director is a homicidal misogynist, his wife is tied up and hanging from the ceiling, and Sandy has something in her purse that bodes a rocky future.Written by
This film sounds like cheap sensationalist trash made only for cheap laughs and to sell to drunks and idiots. It is. But that is what is so goood about it. I presents a simple funny look at the media and also at the state of society today, such as the line " I'm not really sure that mickey mouse would want that boss." This film can be watched over and over again and does not need a serious plot or to make a moral point about the state of society. it does not need an expensive cast or soundtrack- It is just good raw entertainment.
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