“An LA Minute” In Theaters August 24th
Ted Gould (Gabriel Byrne) is a mega-rich, mega-famous, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and blockbuster movie producer. Problem is, overwhelming success has turned him into a mega-hack, and he knows it. His misery and self-loathing makes him treat everyone in his life with disrespect, and when Ted meets performance artist Velocity (Kiersey Clemons), she rocks his 1% world. An L.A. Minute is a satirical look at fame, success, the star-making machinery and the karma that attaches itself to all those who worship at the altar of celebrity. But, as is often the case in real life, what you see is not exactly what you get.
An L.A. Minute opens August 24 in Los Angeles and New York, with a national rollout to follow.
An L.A. Minute was directed by Daniel Adams and co-written by Adams and former editor of National Lampoon Magazine, Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman. Sloman is best known for his collaboration with radio personality Howard Stern’s two best-selling books, Private Parts and Miss America. Daniel Adams is an award-winning American feature film director best known for directing and writing the popular films “The Lightkeepers,” starring Richard Dreyfuss and Blythe Danner, and “The Golden Boys,” starring David Carradine, Bruce Dern, Rip Torn, Charles Durning, and Mariel Hemingway.
For more information about the film, go to http://anlaminute.com/