Reality Queen is a comedy centering on the life of a Paris Hilton-esque heiress named "London" who is struggling to regain fame after being pushed out of the limelight by three Kardashian-type sisters named "The Kims." London's life is a self-indulgent maelstrom of product endorsements, talent managers, pet psychics, private jets, fashion shows, yachts, and a celebrity posse. Despite her wackiness, she ultimately makes it back to the top of the heap. This parody of America's infatuation with fame raises the question: are these celebs-for-no-reason marketing geniuses, or are they just the accidental beneficiaries of the stupidity of the American public?Written by
American Film Market LOVES this comedy, & it's Star
'A Week In London' has distributors clamoring after who will walk away with rights to this comedy film relevant to the times including politics.
I had the privilege of viewing it a VIP screening and a few seconds at most goes by without an audience roaring with laughter. Julia Faye West has had 5 star reviews from real people in the industry who matter. many are saying that they loved seeing her range and wanted to see more of the various sides she was able to show in an otherwise on dimensional character.
Maybe the horrible review from the hater who wrote the first review improperly depicting the film entirely, walked out a bit too early to see it come full circle. after all she does admit that she hates reality shows, and her opinion of the actors holds no merit compared to countless film distributors. I look forward to seeing how the film does internationally!
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