Quiet Days in Hollywood Trailer

Quiet Days in Hollywood Trailer (1995)

"Miracles only happen in the movies." 01 January 1995 Drama, Foreign 95 mins

Behind the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown exists a harsh reality. Lolita (Hilary Swank) is a streetwalker hustling for business on Hollywood Blvd. Julie (Meta Golding) is a waitress coping with a sexual assault. And Peter (Peter Dobson) is struggling to come to terms with his sexuality. Their lives touch each other in ways they never expected in this drama co-starring Chad Lowe, Natasha Gregson Wagner and Jake Busey.

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Hilary Swank

as Lolita

Peter Dobson

as Peter Blaine

Chad Lowe

as Richard

Jake Busey

as Curt

Bill Cusack

as Bobby

Bill Cusack

as Pick-Up Guy

International Releases Dates

Italy 01 January 1995

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