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Comedy, Drama, Period and Historical
Bobby is a naïve young man from the Bronx who is sent by his parents to Hollywood to see if he can get a leg-up from his uncle Phil, a successful agent to the stars. Bobby is quickly drawn to the glamour of Hollywood during its ‘Golden Age’, and finds his uncle’s assistant Vonnie, who has been given the job of helping him find his feet, especially alluring. However, his new confidence is quickly dashed, and he is called back to New York where he attempts to emulate the excitement of his Tinseltown experience by managing a high-society nightclub with lowlife connections.
Comedy from famed director Woody Allen about the romantic entanglements of a middle-aged man, which is partly a tribute to this area of New York.
14+ years 96 mins
One of legendary director Woody Allen's later comedies, about a nerdy 1920s playwright hoping to make it on Broadway, who gets mixed up with trouble.
14+ years 95 mins
One of the darkest portraits of Hollywood ever made, director Billy Wilder's classic film is the story of a fading screen goddess.
11+ years 105 mins
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