When music scene demi-legend Rodney Bingenheimer was still an awkward unpopular teenager his autograph hound mother dropped him off in front of actress Connie Stevens' house and said, "Good luck." He didn't see her again for 5 or 6 years. There's something of the tragic in this story of an oddball guy who lived his life vicariously through the famous people he knew, and no little irony in a film critiquing our obsession with celebrity while exploiting it at the same time. George Hickenlooper ('Hearts of Darkness') has crafted a fascinating examination of fame and celebrity worship, chock full of cameos and with a star-studded soundtrack.
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