I Love Your Work | 2005

Drama
About the gradual meltdown of a fictional movie star.

Cast

... Shana

Actor

... Gray Evans

Actor

... Mia Lang

Actor

... John

Actor

... Larry Hortense

Actor

... Himself

Actor

... Jane

Actor

... Samantha

Actor

... Yehud

Actor

... Interviewer

Actor

... Louis

Actor

... Stiev

Actor

Company

Production Company

Production Company

Production Company

In Association With Productions

Production Company

Miracle Mile Films

Production Company

Production Company

Synopsis

Gray Evans, a movie star, is losing his grip on reality, unable to adjust to his own celebrity, and addicted to romantic fantasies about idealistic love and his once simple life. With his celebrity marriage to the beautiful actress Mia already strained by jealousy and frustration after only a year together, Gray is looking for escape. An avid photographer, his voyeuristic nature leads him to a local video store, where a chance encounter with the video clerk's wife Jane leads to a dangerous obsession over what he imagines to be an ideal love. Gray falls further over the edge, as his conceptions of love and reality are further blurred by the similarities between Jane and his ex-girlfriend Shana to the point where obsession becomes delusion. Gray's life is further complicated by the realities of his own celebrity, an obsessive fan and the need for him to create his public persona as a successful man with a successful marriage. Profession, obsession, and delusion twist together beyond repair when Gray pulls the video clerk, an ambitious screenwriter, into his world by offering to make a movie with him. Their relationship succeeds in bringing him closer to Jane but takes away any last hold on reality, as his fantasy leads to destruction. The layered narrative swings around on itself, taking us on a journey through love, madness and paranoia all the while holding on to a darkly comic view of its own absurd world of crazy Russian bodyguards, loyal assistants, playboy producers and true celebrity.

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