Clayton Beaubien has become a shell of the brilliant artistic renegade of his youth following his dazzling film debut, Delusion #1, and he is desperate to resuscitate his auteur credentials with a conceptual piece exploiting the theory of “soft celebrity.” His willing victim is self-proclaimed film star Caprice Geoffries, who is suffering a celebrity diet of press, drugs and commercial mediocrity. He understands the emotional upheaval of her “daddy” issues, the strain of her absentee husband and the self-loathing of her “titled” social standing.

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