A hoot and a half. Emmy-nominated TV writer Richard Day's directorial debut takes a page from Charles Ludlum's book of ridiculous theatrics for a viciously funny take on crash-and-burn stardom that would give Jacqueline Susann a run for her money. And in the grand tradition of Ludlum, Shakespeare and kabuki, all the female roles are played by men in drag. Welcome to the Hollywood home of Evie Harris (Jack Plotnick), the fading, alcoholic demi-star of screen ("Asteroid") and TV ("The Facts of Life Go to Europe"), now best remembered as "The Hit-and-Run Hooch Hound" who drunkenly plowed her car into a picnicking family of six. Evie lives amid the relics of fleeting fam...