Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss

Synopsis: The story of Heidi Fleiss, known as "The Hollywood Madam", who was the daughter of a prominent Los Angeles doctor and eventually became a prostitute for a well-known Los Angeles madam. She took over her boss' operation and soon was raking in $300,000 a month by hiring only the most beautiful and highest-class hookers and catering to wealthy Hollywood types, European and American corporate executives and Arab sheiks. Her operation was broken up by Los Angeles police in 1993, and she eventually went to prison for income-tax evasion.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Charles McDougall
Production: Once Upon a Time Films
 
IMDB:
5.6
Year:
2004
84 min
33 Views

Soon it'll be time for me to go.

I wasn't a great communicator,

but I communicated great things.

Pete Rose

finally agreed yesterday to a deal...

in which he dropped

his suit against baseball...

...and that

the Menendez brothers acted out of fear.

I'm not a good mathematician,

but I imagine it'll be about...

I- I would think

probably 5,000 a month.

President and Mrs.

Bush welcomed King of Pop,

MichaelJackson to the White House...

Earlier this year, Amy pleaded

guilty to a lesser charge...

for the shooting of

Buttafuoco's wife, MaryJo.

This is our time. Let us embrace it.

We must do what America does best.

We are standing on the steps

of the courthouse

here in downtown Los Angeles...

waiting for the arrival

of Heidi Fleiss...

who's now been dubbed

the "Hollywood Madam. "

Here we go.

...power and corruption.

The worst thing about

being on trial is you have to get up early.

- I wasn't used to that.

- Heidi. Heidi!

Will you cop a plea?

Hi, guys.

How do you like

your chances today?

You know what? Usually you wait

till after for my comments.

What about Charlie Sheen?

Seen him lately?

Only in the movies.

There were so many articles

later on, and they all got it so wrong.

There will never be another 27-year-old

who ran the sex business the way I did.

I met Princess Diana.

I had lunch with the First Lady.

When Time or Newsweek came out with

the cover of the 10

highest-paid C.E.O. 's...

in the count, half of them were my clients.

And how did I meet them, you ask?

First I met my boyfriend

who took me to his friend, the madam.

She looked after girls... lots of girls.

Through her I began to

date men... lots of men.

They made me money... a lot of money.

And life began to move fast...

really, really fast.

It became a blur of dollars,

dicks, drugs and deceit.

And that's what got me here.

But wait, we've gotten

way ahead of ourselves.

Let's slow down, take a breath

and start from the beginning.

I've always had a thing for older men.

The first one was my dad.

Sometimes I had a feeling

that he was conducting...

some weird, complex experiment with me

and my brothers and sisters.

But only he knew what it was.

- You jerk.

- Kids. Kids.

Heidi, stop this nonsense.

All right, guys. Everybody, everybody.

Hold it, hold it, hold it.

It does not help to be punitive.

The whole blame thing, I just hate it.

Okay, Mr. Pediatrician.

This isn't one of your

child-care theories. This is real life.

- Mom's right. Mom's right.

- Off!

Just that one thing this family

does not need, Elissa, guilt.

You know what, Heidi? You can throw

one pea at Daddy. One. Just one.

Sorry.

You're at the Weisman's right?

- I hate that little Mikey.

- I know. He's such a brat.

Pay attention. You're at the Frieberg's

Friday night. Be there by 7:00, okay?

- Okay.

- And you still owe me my commission

from last time.

Heidi, you've got this whole neighborhood

organized for babysitting.

I know.

Heidi. Heidi.

Coming, Mom.

- What's so important?

- We have to talk.

- Okay.

- Paul and I are splitting up.

Your father and I

don't belong together.

Don't you love him anymore?

So my folks split up.

A few years later, I dropped out of college

and got a real estate license.

- Let's go, cutie.

- It was the end of the '80s.

Stock market had tanked.

Everybody said the big party in America

was over. I always had my own agenda.

- I was always looking for something else.

- Beautiful, baby.

- Hey, mind your own business.

She's an orphan.

- How are you?

- Fabulous. Fantastic. Wonderful.

- Heidi, where you going?

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