The first one-woman feature film, Golden Vanity tells the story of a Judy Garland-esque movie star over the course of one night in 1967 as she tape-records what she thinks are her memoirs but could soon become her suicide note.
In a solo tour-de-force, Melora Hardin (NBC's The Office & Amazon's Transparent) powerfully and painfully embodies the end product of the Hollywood use-them-up and spit-them-out machinery.
Drunk and alone in her empty mansion, Golden Vanity is Ms. Montgomery-Mayflower’s last chance to preserve her heartbreaking and hilarious life story, one last shot to relive the glory days, before it’s too late...
DIRECTED BY MAX ABRAM
WRITTEN BY TAYLOR MINAS & MAX ABRAM
AN OCCASIONAL GHOSTS FILM
Before Golden Vanity, these movies captured the seedy, savage spirit lurking underneath Old Hollywood and gloriously exposed all of the grimness and glamor.