Women in Film
|Release Date:||January 19, 2001|
|Running time:||86 minutes|
|Cast:||Beverly D'Angelo, Marianne Jean Baptiste, Portia de Rossi|
|Producer:||Pamela Koffler, Christine Vachon, Jon Marcus, Gary Winick, Alexis Alexanian|
Description: Phyllis, a sharp-tongued, onetime successful producer who is not without appreciation of a good pharmaceutical, hawks her troubled film project. . It has been suggested she keep a journal, " a Linda Obst-but-indie-thing," a running commentary on woman's struggle to survive. Sara is a casting director spurred on by the birth of her blind baby boy while suffering the strains of a failing marriage. Her story, told through letters to her child and personal letters to her friend Holly Hunter, reveals her desperate need to get back into the thick of things. And then there is Gina, on-edge Gina, actress and professional masseuse who "steals" energy from her celebrity clients. She is obsessed with the delusion that Darren Starr stole her ideas for his hit TV show and is determined to draw him "into my web" for retribution.. Hollywood is no place for women unless you have obsession, power, and luck.
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