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Hollywood Ending (3-May-2002)

Director: Woody Allen

Writer: Woody Allen

Keywords: Comedy, Drama

A fallen film director asked to helm a big production after years in professional exile goes blind, forcing his handlers to work to cover up his inopportune disability.

ABSTRACT
Val Waxman, aging movie director effectively exiled from his line of work after a string of failures, is given one last chance to do right by Hollywood when his ex-wife convinces Galaxie Studios to give him a shot at their latest big production. Val's multiple mental disorders and anxieties culminate in a bout of temporary blindness, forcing a cast of handlers and enablers -- glad-handing agent Al Hack, current girlfriend Lori, and horny actress Sharon among them -- to do their best to keep Galaxie brass in the dark about his condition as he copes with his ex-wife's impending engagement to Galaxie's man in charge.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Woody Allen
Film Director
1-Dec-1935   Annie Hall
George Hamilton
Actor
12-Aug-1939   Well-tanned celebrity
Tea Leoni
Actor
25-Feb-1966   Nora Wilde on The Naked Truth
Debra Messing
Actor
15-Aug-1968   Grace on Will & Grace
Isaac Mizrahi
Fashion Designer
14-Oct-1961   Unzipped
Greg Mottola
Film Director
11-Jul-1964   Superbad
Mark Rydell
Film Director
23-Mar-1934   On Golden Pond
Aaron Stanford
Actor
27-Dec-1976   Pyro in X-Men
Tiffani Amber Thiessen
Actor
23-Jan-1974   Kelly Kapowski, Saved by the Bell
Mark Webber
Actor
19-Jul-1980   Snow Day
Treat Williams
Actor
1-Dec-1951   Prince of the City

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