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Addicted to Fame (Craptastic!)

Rating:PG-13 (For language and suggested drug use)
Genre:Documentary, Comedy
Release Date:November 30, 2012
Running time:99 minutes
Cast:Anna Nicole Smith, David Giancola, John James, Chyna, Larry King
Director:David Giancola
Producer:Sy Devol
Writer:David Giancola
Distributor:Abramorama Entertainment

Description: The hilarious, outrageous, and ultimately tragic true story of one filmmaker's journey from obscurity to moral blindness in the seductive glare of the media spotlight. Director David Giancola wanted to break out by making a "Movie that mocked B-Movies". He thought he could manipulate the media by casting Anna Nicole Smith. In the end the media manipulated him instead as his star and one of his Producers died in a media feeding frenzy. The film bombed but the story was the most reported event of 2007 - behind only coverage of the Iraq war. The truth is always stranger and more unbelievable than fiction...

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