Synopsis: French voice artist Jeanne dubs American actress Jennifer in a hit TV series. But when she blows a fuse and retires Jeanne's world comes crashing down. So she goes to LA to convince Jennifer to go back on set. There she meets Farres who opens the door into the wacky world of Hollywood.
Genre: Comedy
107 min


Good morning.

Exhausted, tired.

The finger.

The finger?

In the nose?


As CSI </ i>.

Look at the camera.

Without smiling.

Without simper.

Do you attack

the United States?

You're a terrorist?

Terrorist, no,

but I'm an actress.


the difference between the two?

You can negotiate with a terrorist.


It's blocked!

I can not open nearest...

It's nothing.

Forgiveness. Excuse.

Look. There's nothing.

New paint, that's fine.

I am assured.

Well assured.

Been Matmut?

Chevallier and Laspals?

Somebody has to pay.

And it will be you.

We will make a statement.

Is better.


I will fill

papers, the finding,

for insurance.

Huge sound.

It sends your music.

The music?

It's Diam's, a French woman.

This is a girlfriend.

Super good. Super-known.

All is well, madam?

I'm with my friends.

My cousin in Toronto.

Big guy!

Very well.

Be cautious.

Thank you, big.

It's good for the car?

For the recording...

- Okay, my pretty.

- Thank you.

Got it?

A picture with Mickey?

Two dollars!

A picture with Mickey?

Only two dollars!

It's cheap.

A picture with Mickey?

With Mickey Mouse! The real!

Two dollars

the picture with Casper the ghost.

A photo with Casper.


I'm Casper the ghost.

Casper the ghost?

And I'm Ghostbusters.



You can open to me?


I would like to see Jennifer Marshall.

Me too!

I would like to see Marshall,

Bruce Willis

and Spielberg.

And even take a shower

with Pamela Anderson.


I'm not on the list!

And neither should you!

I'm a friend of Jennifer.

And if you do not open to me,

it will be very...





If you do not open to me.

It is not possible!

I'm scared to death!

The brush.

Hello, Shankar.

- We have eight people.

- All right.

We'll take some pictures.

No problem. Have fun.

Thank you, Shankar.

Warning, it's gone.

Ladies and gentlemen,

we will spoil you today.

Headline left

home of the famous Jack Nicholson.

The legendary actor. Clearly stands to fact.

At the end, over there,

you see the house

Jennifer Marshall.

The famous actress L. A. Couples. </ I>

I know.

Maybe three days.

Three days... three nights.

Two nights

for three days.

"Two Nights", two nights.

Not "tonight" tonight.

How much?

The price?

$ 600.

$ 600 for three days?

$ 600 per day, ma'am.

We're not camping.

You do not know

another hotel?

Campanile kind...

Formula 1...

You should try

the King Edward Hotel.

This will be perfect for you.

I want a room,


Room 209,

with shower and toilet,

is available.



Voil, ma'am.

If necessary,

made 01 for the reception.

This is a direct line.

The phone.

Where's the phone?

Shout "Jordan".

And I will come to serve you.

Room Service.

I'm sorry.

- Cover up.

- This is what I do.

Cover up!

- Is it good?

- Go ahead.

Thank you very much.

Your shirt is beautiful.

Looks like a dress.

- I'm sorry.

- It's my fault.

Your fault!

Good morning.

I would like to see Mr. Goldman.

Your ID card.

I come to see Mr. Goldman...

You have an appointment?

Do you have an appointment?

A "go"!

I must ask you to leave.

You know who I am?

Jeanne Rinaldi.


I'll sit and wait lr.

Goldman Agency?


What can I do for you?

Sorry, Mr. Goldman is not here.

It is on the set

Love Inside </ i>, at Paramount.

I repeat?

It is on the set of

Love Inside. </ i>

Where are you going, little lady?

I must see Mr. Goldman.

Your name?

Jeanne Rinaldi.

I'm not on the list.

But Mr. Goldman asked me.

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