Beautiful and quotable, intriguing and challenging. An inside look into the politics of the creative process, two friends, both writers, face the daunting challenge of delivering negative criticism, but learn that the process can become a catalyst for self discovery and growth. Sam, an aspiring screenwriter, and David, a successful magazine editor, have been pals for years. Ultimately, both men must reevaluate their motivations to write, their need for praise and validation, and what it means to see yourself as you actually are. Through the rollercoaster relationship between two screenwriters, Russell Brown nails the need for validation that drives many Hollywood strivers.
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The Blue Tooth Virgin
A TV writer tries his hand at a feature film. His friend reads the script, thinks it's an ungodly mess of muddled symbolism and Freud anxieties. This is the way friendships end, and mean, funny films about the deaths of such friendships are born.
David finds the script terrible, a murky business about a troubled young woman with an urge to morph. Beyond this, he understands that it is possible to make a movie that has lots -- and lots -- of talk and is still cinematic and smartly paced. Yet comedy enables Brown to dig into the art-industry equation that is the eternal Hollywood challenge, as well as questions about values, priorities, standards, goals -- all leading to what is all-important: self-knowledge. Running time: 1 hour, 29 minutes. At the Music Hall, Beverly Hills.