Tribeca's Trust Me shows dark comic side of Hollywood business
Published on Apr 24, 2013 6:05 AM
NEW YORK (REUTERS) - The dark comedy Trust Me, playing at the Tribeca Film Festival, paints an uncomfortable picture of backstabbing and subterfuge in the film industry that drew from all - and none - of creator Clark Gregg's personal experiences.
As the film's screenwriter, lead actor and director, Gregg said he had started out writing a big ensemble movie with several story lines, one of which became Trust Me, about the travails of agent Howard Holloway.
The film tells the story of the hapless Holloway, a failed actor, as he represents a teen-aged actress trying to launch a Hollywood career.
Joining Gregg in the cast are Sam Rockwell, William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman, Allison Janney and Amanda Peet.
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