Los Angeles and Hollywood. La-la land itself. A city of hopes and dreams, crushed ambitions and empty promises. Despite being firmly Noo York guys in the battle of the big American cities, even Lewis and I can’t help but be seduced by its shallow glamour. If we weren’t so dedicated to this podcast we would’ve long ago jumped on a greyhound bus and headed to LA to become stars (I’m guessing you can get a bus to LA from Victoria Coach Station?).
Of course modern Hollywood has nothing on the Holly wood of old: that’s when you had REAL scandals. This week we take a trip back to that sleazy LA with Sunset Boulevard.
A recommendation of Lewis and listener Conor Barrett, Sunset Boulevard follows down-on-his-luck writer Joe Gillis, played by William Holden, as he writes a screenplay for forgotten silent-film star Norma Desmond, played by Gloria Swanson. Slowly…
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