Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A naïve beauty arrives in Hollywood determined to land her big break, only to find that dreams don't come easy in the city of shooting stars. Chantal (Misty Mundae) is an aspiring young actress whose blind ambition makes her an easy target for entertainment industry sharks who swallow up innocence like expensive caviar. One day, while wandering the boulevards in search of stardom, Chantal makes the acquaintance of kindly actress-turned-prostitute Tracy (Julian Wells). Tracy knows well what Chantal's future holds because she's experienced it all before firsthand. Despite her best efforts to protect the dangerously delusional Chantal from the dark side of show business, Tracy soon realizes that there's little she can do to steer her fresh-faced friend from her chosen path. Now, as exploitation, humiliation and despair threaten to corrode the soul of yet another Hollywood hopeful, Tracy gradually begins to realize only one capable of pulling Chantal up from the depths of depravity is Chantal herself. Julie Strain, Darian Caine, and Andrea Davis co-star in director Tony Marsiglia's remake of Nick Millard (Crazy Fat Ethel)'s erotic 1969 original.
ambition, casting-couch, exploitation, film-industry, Hollywood, innocence, prostitute/prostitution