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After a breakup, gay Parisian Jerome impulsively books a solo Christmas vacation to Los Angeles. Like many before him, he plans to pursue his secret dream to become a movie star and, of course, to find love along with fame and fortune!
Completely naïve about what he is getting into, Jerome nonetheless hooks up with some colorful locals, and stumbles headlong into an acting role. Nothing about Hollywood quite matches Jerome s fantasies, however, and his misadventures are both hilarious and touching.
Bright, funny, honest and utterly charming, Hollywood, Je T'aime is a stunning debut for Director Jason Bushman. Eric Debets shines as Jerome; his classic look and an amusing ease with his own awkwardness are evocative of Buster Keaton and Marcel Marceau. Cast includes Eric Debets, Jonathan Blanc, Diarra Kilpatrick, Michael Airington and Chad Allen (Save Me, Third Man Out, Shock to the System, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Our House
Polished crowd-pleaser likely to rank among the year's more popular gay pics. Variety
Enough pleasing vignettes to win us over. . .the same tasty spirit as Woody Allen's many homages to Manhattan. . .Lead actor Debets has an appealing deadpan presence. The Hollywood Reporter
HOLLYWOOD, JE T AIME is delightfully funny, hugely entertaining and unlike anything you ve ever seen!
Frameline, SF Film Festival
Will make you fall in love with LA all over again. OUTFEST, LA Film Festival --Wolfe
I am sorry, but I was bored with this movie. I found nothing of excitement in this movie. Maybe I just picked the wrong nite for me to watch it, but I got over half way thru it and... Read morePublished on June 4, 2013 by Bobby Willard
A delightful film to watch any time. Story line fun - characters delightful. And fun to see the "old neighborhood" of Echo Park in Los Angeles. And Chad Allen! Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by Dana Skolfield
I saw this movie for the first time on Hulu and really enjoyed it. A French gay man breaks up with his boyfriend and moves to Hollywood to become an actor. Read morePublished on December 11, 2012 by Mr. T
THis movie is funny, good acting, and a beleivable storyline. Its better than some of the other comedys ive watched. Wouldnt pay alot for this dvd. An ok movie.Published on September 9, 2012 by nat1973
I like Chad Allen a lot and rented it because it seemed...inaccurately, as it turned out, from the misleading cover...that he'd have a big role in this...thing. Depressing. Trite. Read morePublished on June 10, 2012 by Stephen P. Manning
I bought this film based on other reviews and the fact that it featured one of my favorite actors: Chad Allen. Read morePublished on November 9, 2011 by Daniel White