West Coast Premiere – One Time Screening
Special Guest: James Frawley, award winning director
In this ultra-trendy 1971 satire, a golden-boy tennis player in search of Life’s meaning is corrupted by Hollywood, public adulation, and the temptation to sell out. His life therefore, becomes a metaphor for the morals of Hollywood society.
Starring: Beau Bridges, Maud Adams, Gilbert Roland and Jean Renoir as himself
Played in Boston (1971) and New York (1977) but has remained an unreleased film. Not available on Netflix.
Director: James Frawley
Writer: Floyd Mutrux
Runtime: 90 min.
Rating: PG, Questionable for Children
About James Frawley: http://listentotheband.weebly.com/meet-james-frawley-director-behind-50-years-of-popular-tv-film.html