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Fame Us (2017)

Award winning filmmaker LINCOLN FENNER (MORE 4 ME) interviews DAVID HASSELHOFF and President Reagan's son MICHAEL REAGAN as he goes on a journey to explore society's obsession with Social Media and its link to our search for relevance.

Director:

Lincoln Fenner

Writer:

Lincoln Fenner
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Cast

Credited cast:
David Hasselhoff ... Himself
Jon Polito ... Himself
Anthony Crivello ... Himself
Tony Lo Bianco ... Himself
Michael Reagan Michael Reagan ... Himself
Ralph Rieckermann
Joe Cortez ... Himself
J.J. Kandel ... Himself
Diane Dimond ... Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Scott Alswang Scott Alswang
Julio Cesar Chavez Julio Cesar Chavez
Lincoln Fenner Lincoln Fenner ... (voice)
Theo Kalogeracos Theo Kalogeracos
Talisa Monet Talisa Monet ... Herself
Courtney Murphy
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Award winning filmmaker LINCOLN FENNER (MORE 4 ME) interviews DAVID HASSELHOFF and President Reagan's son MICHAEL REAGAN as he goes on a journey to explore society's obsession with Social Media and its link to our search for relevance.

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Taglines:

Fame You, Fame Me, Fame Us?

Genres:

Documentary

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Country:

Australia | UK | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 May 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA See more »

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Creation Box Films See more »
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Color
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Whilst it was being premiered in New York, the film appeared in the New York Post newspaper in it's famous Page Six section by journalist Cindy Adams. The columnist went on the reference the films star appearances by Ronald Reagan's son Michael and David Hasselhoff. See more »

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Fame Us
29 May 2018 | by kalswangSee all my reviews

A brilliant documentary of the times we live in Entertaining and definitely makes you think more about how technology designed to make us more connected is actually disconnecting us. Also makes you think about how people will do most anything to become 'Fame Us'. The film moved quickly and wished it went on for a bit more. Looking forward to the follow up film


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