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Reality Queen!
A Week in London

USA 2019
produced by
Greg Lindsay, Nicolas Hurt, Tanner Gordon, Steven Jay Bernheim (executive), Julia Faye West (executive) for London Film, Tanner Gordon Productions
directed by Steven Jay Bernheim
starring Julia Faye West, Kate Orsini, Denise Richards, Loren Lester, Candace Kita, Mike Tyson, Shelli Boone, John R. Colley, Ben Begley, Greg Lindsay, Charles Fleischer, Steve Brock, John Witherspoon, Yves Bright, Jill Jacobson, Cliff De Young, Travis Eberhard, Mackenzie Parker, Ralph Rieckermann, Bridget Fitzgerald, James Austin Kerr, James Herda, Connor Weil, Cameron Jebo, Luke Strode, Tristan Alexander, Elisabeth Ferrara, Jeremiah Caleb, Julisa L. Wright, Melissa Ciesla, Doua Moua, Reeve Alexander, Megan Drust, Alana Lasry, Demiya Branson, Stephen Bralver, Anton Rivas, Les Jennings, Wilson Ramirez, Jessica DeBonville, Alena Savostikova, Charlie Nicholls, Karina Bonnefil, Jamie Bernadette, Steven Jay Berneim, Natalie Stavola, Vincent Van Hinte
written by Steven Jay Bernheim, Chandler Patton, Greg Lindsay, John-Paul Panelli, Schuyler Brumley, Gabby Gruen, Allan Murray, Chris Cobb, music supervised by Mason Cooper

review by
Mike Haberfelner

London Logo (Julia Faye West) is basically famous for being famous - you know the kind, she was born into money, has been on a crappy reality show with fellow heiress Rochelle (Shelli Boone), later made sure a sex tape of her was "leaked" also starring Mike Tyson (himself) - even if he denies any participation - to keep her relevant, and since has made sure to never wear panties when exiting a limousine in a short dress to keep the paparazzi happy. And since then she's a regular on pretty much every celebrity news and chat shows that specialize in vapid celebrities. And apparently she's interesting enough for British TV journalist Diana Smelt-Marlin (Kate Orsini) to make a tell-all documentary about her - and Diana is pretty much shocked what she sees: London treats those close to her like dirt, including her personal manager Winston (Loren Lester) and her mentor, burnt out actress Angelina (Denise Richards), she isn't the brightest and refuses to learn, and the glitzy lifestyle is all that counts for her. And the only thing that's nagging her ... is Kristy Kim (Candace Kita), a vapid celebrity just like her who had pretty much the same career but is more successful because she has a bigger bum and is pregnant. And when Kristy confronts her face-to-face, London loses it - leading to bizarre behaviour and the obligatory brief stay in jail. But even then, London already works on her comeback, and Diana realises to late that she has been had ...


Reality Queen! might not tell you anything new about reality TV stardom and its famous-for-being-famous protagonists like the Kardashians and Paris Hilton before them, and it might just cater to the preconceptions about the phenomenon you've already had - but it sure does so in a rather hilarious way. And framing it along the lines of a biased "documentary" like Martin Bashir's controversial Living with Michael Jackson is really a stroke of genius, as it gives the otherwise rather random if topical jokes a narrative context. Plus, Julia Faye West really has her role down to the T, leading a very solid cast.

Awesome fun for sure!


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