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Slaves of Hollywood (1999)

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Slaves of Hollywood follows the lives of a group of recent college graduates at their first jobs in corporate Hollywood. Thomas, Pink, Fisher, Dean, and Roman have just moved out to Los ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
... Fisher Lovelace
... Lydia Schnell
Howard Scott ... Thomas Jacobson
... Sam Gittleman
Andre Barron ... Dean Palermo
... Sammy Stahr
Rob Hyland ... Roman Sofine
Elliot Markman ... George Pink
... Paulette Gittleman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jacob DeMonte-Finn ... Mugged Boy
... Bodyguard #2
Fabian Gordon ... Goon
Eliott Goretsky ... Bitchy Talent Agent
Nick Meaney ... Agent
... Mr. Ovitz's Assistant
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Slaves of Hollywood follows the lives of a group of recent college graduates at their first jobs in corporate Hollywood. Thomas, Pink, Fisher, Dean, and Roman have just moved out to Los Angeles and they aspire to become "players". But first they have to start at the bottom, working as personal assistants to a variety of maniacal producers, agents, and studio executives. The glamour of working in Hollywood quickly begins to fade after endless days of making coffee and babysitting the boss' children. As time moves on, our lead characters struggle to move up the corporate ladder while keeping their sanity and morals intact. Written by Anonymous

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Fresh out of college. You want to be a player. You've seen too many movies. See more »

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Primitive Pictures

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29 October 1999 (USA)  »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$2,648, 31 October 1999, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$2,648, 31 October 1999
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Sammy Stahr: Pain is only temporary. Mogulhood is forever.
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Great theme. The word "Slaves" is understated.
1 April 2001 | by See all my reviews

I thought this movie has a great theme. Production assistants in Hollywood are "Slaves" and gophers. This film tells the story with great humor and makes the bitter pill easier to swallow. Using the word "Slaves" is an understatement to what production assistants really go through day after day.


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