A soon to be divorced Beverly Hills socialite is determined to prove to her husband and herself that she can finish what she starts out to do, by becoming a den mother to a troop of Beverly Hills Girl Scouts.
Craig T. Nelson,
In 1950's Hollywood, movie star Guy Stone must marry a studio secretary in order to conceal his homosexuality. Sally has no idea her marriage is a sham, though, and turns Guy's life upside-down. Then he falls in love.
According to the director/cast commentary on the DVD, there were no actual women performing in the film. All female characters, including extras and the models for the magazine covers of Cher and Madonna, are performed by men in drag. See more »
The amount of cream on Varla's face while talking to Laurent outside during dinner changes between shots. See more »
Evie, have you ever been on morphine?
Once, when I had my eyes done... then every day for ten years after that, why?
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No animals or women were injured in the making of this film See more »
The eye-candy is great, but the non-stop cartoonishness of the acting and the never-ending one liners get tiresome quickly. It would be easy to dismiss as woman-hating c**p, except the men are treated with just as much contempt, if not more.
Where is John Waters when you need him? He knows how to make this material intersect with reality.
I can say the movie is consistent. The energy, jokes, and visuals are maintained at the same level throughout the film.
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