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

- Ivan.

Heidi, come on.

Come on. Dance for me, honey.

- What? Like that?

- Ooh, you're so pretty. Come on.

You can put the best-looking

22-year-old guy in front of my face...

- and it's just like...

- Let me see, Heidi.

To me, an older guy is

much more of a sexual turn-on.

I'm talking like someone

so old he needs a walker.

I really didn't know how old Ivan was.

Anywhere over 40 is the right age for me.

- Take that thing off.

- Besides, I loved his condo...

- his boat, his Mercedes.

- Come on. Let me see, Heidi.

- We passed the restaurant.

- So, big deal.

- I heard Bowie goes there.

- Little Heidi.

So curious. So impatient.

Maybe one day she'll grow a brain.

Excuse me. I may be a dropout

but I'm not an airhead.

- No more than most women.

- Nice.

Alex was the greatest madam

in Hollywood, but nobody knew about her.

I think there was something

really cool about that.

Alex, here you go. This is

the beautiful Heidi I told you about.

Hi.

I love your house.

You see, Ivan and Alex hated each other...

but went through this pretense

ofbeing the best of friends.

Or maybe they loved each other and pretended

they couldn't stand each other's guts.

It was confusing.

Anyhow, everybody thought Alex

was a nice old lady with a cold.

Truth was she was usually whacked-out

ofher gourd on blow.

I don't think she'd been out ofher house

since Ford was president.

- Thanks.

- What's that?

Well, for the tickets.

Paris, London, Hong Kong.

- Who are they for?

- Some lucky girls.

Sell your pussy, see the world.

You don't have a credit card?

I haven't had a bank account in 20 years.

- Why not?

- That's how the I.R.S. Find you.

You know, the banks and, uh...

Okay, the... You know,

what we discussed earlier.

Heidi, you wanna work for me?

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