Hollywood North (2003)
Directed by Peter O'Brian
Genres - Comedy | Sub-Genres - Period Film, Satire, Showbiz Comedy | Release Date - Sep 5, 2003 (USA - Unknown) | Run Time - 89 min. | Countries - Canada | MPAA Rating - R
Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
Candian filmmaker Peter O'Brian directs the comedy Hollywood North, set in Toronto during the late '70s. Matthew Modine stars as Bobby Mayers, a stressed-out Canadian producer trying to make an action film called "Flight to Bogota." The production is inevitably troubled by numerous problems with the cast, crew, and finances. Alan Bates stars as crazed Hollywood actor Michael Baytes, the leading man who takes over the set. Jennifer Tilly plays Gillian Stevens, the nymphomaniac leading lady who seduces her younger co-star Frankie Candido (Fabrizio Filippo). Meanwhile, filmmaker Sandy Ryan (Deborah Kara Unger) is trying to capture the whole thing for a making-of documentary. Hollywood North premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2003.
filmmaker, Hollywood, megalomania, nymphomaniac, seduction, producer [showbiz], stars [celebrities]