The Day of the Locust (1974)

Day of the Locust
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating R
Runtime 2hr 24mins.
Genres Drama
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
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Tod Hackett, a new arrival to Los Angeles and aspiring art director, is trying to make it in Hollywood in the late 1930's. He soon finds himself increasingly infatuated with his mysterious neighbor, Faye, a wanna-be starlet with possibly devious motives of her own. As Tod is drawn deeper into the lurid private lives of studio bosses and film industry people, he gradually becomes desperate to know if Faye - or anyone - in Hollywood is capable of real love.