True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet

Synopsis: A young Hollywood starlet must adjust to a new small town life when she is sent to live with her aunt after a stint in rehab.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Director(s): Tim Matheson
Production: Anchor Bay
87 min

Woman's voice:

So this is how it ends.

Me, Morgan Carter,

movie star, stuck in coach

between stinky sandwich man

- and sweaty fat guy.

- No.

- ( man coughs )

- I swear my mother's trying to kill me.

It isn't a pretty story,

except for the clothes,

the parties and the limos.

( rock music playing )

- Now you get alone with me...

- ( whoops )

I'm gonna make you mine

and make you free

In the new world

( cameras clicking )

Crap goes in

and crap goes out

And it makes me scream,

it makes me shout

In the new world...

( girls shouting )

( laughs )


This is my world.


( laughing )

- Tell me you did not just do that!

- I totally did!

Man on TV:
And here we are live

from the red carpet

for the world premiere of Morgan

Carter's new movie "She's the Bomb. "

Now Morgan's set

to be here at any minute.

You know what? After a series

of high-profile breakups,

it's anybody's guess

who will be Morgan's date tonight.

You're my mystery date.

It looks like her car is coming up

around the corner right now.

Everybody wants a piece

of her tonight.

- I'm famous.

- So so famous.

We're gonna have the exclusive

interview with Morgan.

- Let's do it!

- Man:
Here's all the paparazzi.

- Easy, guys, easy. Here, hang on.

- ( crowd screaming )

Here we go again.

- Man:
Hey, Morgan- oh!

- Ooof!

- ( crowd gasps )

- Morgan!

How excited are you

to be here this evening?

I'm so excited that my best friend

Marissa DahI is here tonight.

And now for our "Star Report. "

Rumors abound

that Morgan Carter

who collapsed outside

a Hollywood nightclub four months ago

- is leaving rehab sometime this week.

- Turn it off.

The name of the facility is

still a closely-guarded secret.

Everyone is dying to know:

- Is Morgan all cleaned up...

- Sam, turn it off.

...or messed up?

The good news is

they're still talking about her.

Spun like a true manager.

I'm trying, but this has happened

too many times.

The studios are not gonna touch her

untiI convinced her recovery's reaI.

Let's open with that

when we see her.

- I'm just saying.

- I'm going in first.

Oh my God.

This place is so depressing.

You think?

- Hi, honey.

- Oh, yes!

The Bianca has arrived

to spring me.

- I hate it when you call me that.

- It's good to see you, too.

Why are you sitting?

Come on, let's go.

- We need to talk.

- Why start now, Mom?

Okay, between the clubbing

and the paparazzi

and the Perez Hiltons,

it is impossible for you

to recover in this town.


Listen, I just wanna go

to the salon and then the spa. I mean-

Okay, Morgan honey,

you're not going to the spa.

In fact,

you're not going home.


Where are you guys?

- Sam! My awesome manager.

- Where's my Morgan?

Sam, all right, let's step out.

This is too much.

So your mother and I

have decided

that you should go and stay

with your Aunt Trudy for a while.

What the hell are

you talking about?

- Your Aunt Trudy-

- She isn't even my reaI aunt.

She's some obscure friend

of Bianca's from high schooI

- and she lives in purgatory.

- Fort Wayne, Indiana.

- Same thing.

- Sam:

you will be living there

and going to schooI there.

Going to schooI?

A public schooI? Are you lit?

I'll get mobbed

by the press.

Yeah, we thought of that.

We thought of that,

so while you are in Fort Wayne,

you are not Morgan Carter,

you are-

are you ready for this?

you are Claudia Miller.

And no one's gonna

recognize you as a brunette.

- This is great, huh?

- Huh!


I get it.

( sighs )

I'm on some reality show, right?

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