Just the Way You Are
Aspiring screenwriter Britt Kingsley knows that she has written a hit screenplay when she finishes “Dream Girl,” but struggles to find her break in Hollywood as an unknown. Desperate to get her script read, she schemes to work as a secretary at a talent agency to make professional contacts. The opportunity comes when she picks up a phone call from acclaimed film director Derek Redmond. Pretending to be her boss, Britt successfully promotes her own script. When she meets him under these false pretenses, she is troubled to find herself irresistibly drawn to him…
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Have you ever dreamed about being successful in Hollywood? What makes Hollywood amazing is that anything could happen and is possible, just as what happened in the story. Heroine, a former actress, has now became a screen writer and wanted to sell her story. After she came the assistant of famous agent, she met hero, a film director. And she disguised herself as her boss and screen writer in order to make the agreement with hero. Oh, she was good at that as she had been a actress. How did she tell them all the truth? Would they forgive her?
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- more amusing that i expected 4
- erin 10/17/2015
Brit is a go getter and when I say go getter, this girl will stop at nothing and will do what it takes to make her dream come true. Her Madison impersonation was so hilarious. Its a bit unrealistic given the circumstances I mean what are the odds of Max not being mad and suing her. nevertheless, it was amusing. Its very modern so you can even imagine it as a mini serious or short film. Her friend is hilarious as well.
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