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Jean-Stan Du Pac
This movie is a true hidden gem. I watch it while traveling in Rio because I love Jane Seymour and her portrayal of a Hollywood housewife was hilarious.
The film itself was dominated, as the title and poster suggest, by a twenty-something cast of talented up and comers trying to get ahead in Hollywood. They are trying to do things the right way and are getting absolutely nowhere so they get "creative." They make some good choices and some bad choices and come to find that doing things the honest way while still playing the game is the only way they're willing to move forward and that's when opportunity strikes.
It was really quite funny and heartfelt and if you're a Jane Seymour fan like me, you'll watch it just to see her.
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