Actress Bianca (Kim Baldwin) desperately wants a part in producer Lee's
(Lloyd Kaufman) next movie, thus the two meet in an Italian restaurant for
dinner - and the two of them fail to hit it off almost immediately: While
Lee is as self-absorbed as he is greedy and above all else interested in
filling her up, Bianca fails to make even the slightest impression on him,
seems to have come unprepared, is vague about everything, behaves like a
spoilt brat, and gets pretty drunk during the course of the meal, so drunk
that she ultimately follows him into his Rolls Royce to give him a
blowjob. After that, Lee promises her the role she has auditioned
for, but he also throws her out of his car rather quickly and tells his
driver (Rolf Eden) the girl was completely useless. Then the two go to a
bar to pick up another girl (Juliane Wallensteig).
walks home through the snow, slowly coming to the realization she blew it,
and she feels like dirt.
Light comedy that nevertheless lives
first and foremost from its buildup of suspense: Thing is, you know pretty
much from the start where the whole story is headed to (this being the
producer's car's backseat), yet it's the way it's getting their that makes
the rather banal conversation of the two protagonists interesting. Aside
from that, it's also great seeing Troma-head
Lloyd Kaufman doing a self-parody, including merciless product
placementand constant namedropping.
In all, it's good fun ...
way, if you want to purchase this film, please contact director Michael
Huck personally under MichaelMHuck@yahoo.de. Price is
set at € 12,95 as of this writing (July 2010).