Hollywood. A place of dreams. A place of refuge for dreamers from all over the world. Enter a small town girl from Kansas who comes to LA to hit it big....and a jaded Detective who's ... See full summary
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Hollywood. A place of dreams. A place of refuge for dreamers from all over the world. Enter a small town girl from Kansas who comes to LA to hit it big....and a jaded Detective who's looking for a way out....and her disappearance into the San Fernando Valley that joins them. He takes the case and starts to look for her. Perhaps he would find her, perhaps he would find himself.
|Kevin Michael Turner||-||Detective|
|Tatiana Gomez||-||Sara Higgins (as Carla T. Gomez)|
|Julia Melim||-||Mystery Girl|
|Nicky Viard||-||Sara's Mom|
|Lee Tistaert||-||Crew Member #1|
|Ona Domenech Arasa||-||Make-up Girl|
Director Christopher L. Golon auditioned over 25 actresses for the lead role of Sara Higgins.
The scene in which the Cop hands over information to the Detective was filmed 2 blocks away from where William Holden was found dead in Santa Monica, CA.
The famous 'street performers' who frequent Hollywood Boulevard make an appearance near the opening of the film.
Inspired by the films of Brian De Palma, the film uses numerous split screens for its visual style.
Numerous takes were required in the scene between the Detective and the Mystery Girl. She would answer the door, but every time she did, the Detective would say something off the cuff causing laughter on the set.
The first day of shooting was exteriors up and down both Sunset and Hollywood Boulevards.
The ending featuring the Detective walking towards the ocean is patterned after one of the closing scenes in Kojutulek (1978).
The pay phone that the Detective uses was shot down the street from where Elizabeth Short's (The infamous Black Dahlia victim) last known address was.
When this movie was screened, on the Warner Bros. lot, there was a warning that accompanied it that read: "some people may find certain scenes objectionable."