A mockumentary shot on digital video that confirms everything you ever thought about silly, self-centered actors. Filmmaker Andrew (actor-turned-director Griffin Dunne) has the brilliant idea to make a documentary about an actor on the brink of fame, documenting the struggle and its eventual reward: fame. Andrew's money is on the relentlessly determined Lisa Picard (Laura Kirk, whose startling resemblance to Mary-Louise Parker is worked into the plot). Lisa's credits are spotty: children's theater (she was a starfish is that perfect or what?), a part as a mute, underdressed cave girl in an unreleased monster movie and a notoriously sexy Wheat Chex commercial. ...