Denver, a cash-laden but somewhat dubious film producer who promises the film -- a bad Mafia Princess rip-off -- will "shake up a lot of people."
The plot thickens when Mitchell begins to suspect there may be more fact than fiction to Carmen's story: he finds himself receiving threatening phone calls and being stalked by a mysterious Antonio Banderas clone. In the meantime, Ingrid's art career takes off when she is courted by a dashing art gallery owner who looks like a young Sidney Poitier as Ramir juggles plans for a one-man-show and his tumultuous love life.
Equal parts quirky comedy, whodunit mystery, and good old-fashioned romance, SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE is a knowing meditation on fame and a wildly entertaining urban fairy tale.
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When Mitchell’s exuberant paranoia about whether Carmen is really on the up-and-up after all, and why she’s being trailed by a man who’s the spitting image of Antonio Banderas, combines with Dunford’s split-level group portrait of Mitchell’s friends Ingrid and Ramir as menials and little business...| Read Full Review of Soon to Be a Major Motion Pic...
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