A film by Jon Moritsugu.
At An Angle Productions, 1997.
'Fame Whore is crude, edgy and energetic, and its stars throw themselves into their roles with welcome gusto' - Los Angeles Times
'With all its raw energy and savagery - as much the result of Moritsugu's direction as the brilliantly outrageous performances of Friedrich and Davis - Fame Whore targets not famous people but, more sharply, fame itself. -LA Weekly
Winner of 'Best Feature' and 'Festival Choice' Awards at the 1997 New York Underground Film Festival
'Fame Whore cuts between three interwoven stories examining our culture's lust for that elusive state when everybody knows your name. The triptych includes an all-American tennis star hounded by rumors that he's gay, a trust fund brat on a demonic quest for celebrity and an idealized innocent so isolated he's created a six-foot Saint Bernard as an imaginary friend,' -Filmmaker
Music by: Mel Davis, Dub Narcotic Sound System, Emily's Sassy Lime, Barbara Manning, Dixieland, Budderball, No No Boy, Kat Thaxton, and Angry Samoans.
DVD includes digitally remastered 70-minute film and photo gallery.
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