PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
The unconventional love story of an aspiring actress, her ambitious driver, and their eccentric boss, the legendary billionaire Howard Hughes.
This was the second film Paul Schneider made about Hollywood in its early days, following Cafe Society (2016).
You're an exception. Rules don't apply to you.
Throughout the 1958 scenes, Frank is driving a 1961 Chrysler. Hughes wasn't that rich.
The end credits contain the standard disclaimer that all characters are fictional. But Howard Hughes, as well as his aides Noah Dietrich (played by Martin Sheen) and Robert Maheu (Alec Baldwin) are real people.
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