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During the 'Golden Age' of Hollywood, glamorous young movie starlet Natica Johnson (Michelle Pfeiffer) discovers the grim realities concealed beneath the dazzling facade of the 1930's film industry. Despite her phenomenal success, she is unable to face the
uncertain end of her fame and fortune. Natica's insecurities lead her into an affair with a married studio executive, but when the scandal jeopardizes her career, she implements a dangerous plan to salvage her reputation.
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The original chapters were called "Natica Jackson," with Michelle Pfeiffer and Hector Elizondo, and "A Table at Ciro's," with Darren McGavin and Stella Stevens. Tossing these two completely unrelated stories together makes for (as you can imagine) a good deal of confusion.
The Pfeiffer episode was originally an adaptation of John O'Hara's story about 1930s Hollywood. Miss Pfeiffer is an actress (typecasting!) in love with a very married man. McGavin's entry was scripted by Budd Schulman. Here, he's a studio head fallen on hard times who invites some actors for dinner at a fancy nightspot.
After working hard to follow these two sandwiched tales, the whole miasma simply ends, leaving startled and disappointed viewers with no resolution or conclusion. Everything suddenly STOPS, just like this revi........