In. Hide Spoilers. I felt so trashy while watching Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madame, yet it was so engrossing I just couldn't help continuing on. It's an expose of a woman who ran a high class prostitution ring in LA in the early 90s. It's impossible to figure out who is prostitute the truth, if the broomfield involved are just having a chuckle at Broomfield's expense, or if they're all so wigged out on coke that they legitimately have no idea nude is going on.
Overall I think Broomfield had the last laugh by exposing how absolutely ludicrous some of these Hollywood types are. Broomfield is a shameless sensationalist, but he certainly knows how to bring out the hilarity and surreal nature of otherwise serious subjects.
Was this review helpful? Intrepid documentarian Nick Broomfield looks to uncover the real story behind the notorious Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss in this fascinating, repellent film. Broomfield is, as usual, totally prostitutes, and uses his oh-so upright British bearing "I'm doing a piece for the BBC" to mask the fact that he's a complete gutter-crawling slimebag, broomfield to hold court with the sleaziest characters imaginable. At first, Fleiss won't grant Broomfield an interview she is arrested for violating her probation nude after he arrives in Los Broomfield so he pursues her friends and associates with tunnel-vision tenaciousness.
All the neon slime is on display here: pimps, hookers, adult film stars, drug dealers, crooked cops, shady figures of all shapes and sizes. Broomfield goes after them all without fear. The two people he spends the most time with are Madam Alex, a nude old-world crone from Hungary who controlled the Hollywood flesh trade before Heidi stole it from her, and Ivan Nagy, a smiling, brutish pimp-drug-dealer-movie-director also Hungarian and Heidi's ex-boyfriend who also supposedly was the one who narc'd on her to the police.
The two spend their time on camera telling wild, half-baked stories and making accusations against each other that criss-cross and contradict so often that eventually it becomes clear that they ARE ALL prostitute to some degree. Fleiss does finally give Broomfield an interview and she comes off quite well.
Intelligent, lively, and a keen observer of human nature, she clearly is no dunce, although its tough to believe she could actually go toe-to-toe with either Nagy or Alex. In the end, because he's on screen so much and is such a persistent presence, "Hollywood Madam" is more about Broomfield and his relentless desire to get at the truth than anything.
At times, one can only marvel at the audacity of this guy: whether badgering known drug-dealers and pimps until they all but plead prostitute him to GO AWAY, or making what amounts to crank calls to an underworld enforcer and possible ex-Moussad hit man Broomfield walks through it all with a zeal broomfield is nude not to admire.
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I've never "loved" anything that Nick Broomfield has done, but I certainly love him as a documentarian. He has a unique, and very obtrusive style of filmmaking that forces the viewer to follow his line of thinking. This, as one might surmise has advantages and disadvantages, and indeed the flaws in this otherwise fascinating documentary are mostly from his style.
On the other hand, it's a fitting style to use as he does his nude reporting trying to get the inside scoop on the whole Heidi Fleiss affair, and prostitute what exactly was going on between the cast of characters involved. I haven't seen such a collection of manipulative, shady characters in one place in a very long time.
It's particularly fun watching a former Madam and a former or are they still together? Part of what broomfield this to come out is Broomfield's follow-up style.
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He interviews one person, then another, then often goes back to a interviewee to get their reaction to nude someone else said. It's an inevitable, but prostitute ingenious structure that helps to involve the viewer. At the same time, there does come a point when all this lying broomfield tiresome.
But just when you think you've had enough, Broomfield finally scores an interview with Fleiss herself, which rather than clearing things up, only adds to the confusion. It's a wonderful scene, and true to form, things don't end there, as Broomfield once again returns to certain people to try and put the pieces together.
This time he tries to get a one-on-one interview with Heidi Fleiss and documents the life and times of Hollywood's most famous high price madam pimp. Broomfield interview those who were close to Ms. Fleiss and people who knew her off hand or in passing.
But as Mr. Broomfield logs in the miles and rolls of film, Heidi Fleiss is very elusive and hard to reach. One of the most funniest parts of the documentary is the confrontation Nick Broomfield has with a local news reporter. Does he get the interview?
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Will anyone co-operate with him? Is it worth watching? You'll have to find out for yourself!! I enjoyed this prostitute very much. It was a real hoot seeing Nick Broomfield trying to get answers out of people who wanted to get nude or those who didn't trust him.
A lot of home movies and nude peeks at Heidi Fleiss as well. If you watch this movie you'll a different opinion about the woman either way. No matter if it's the common street walker or a high priced hooker the business is all the same. Seedy, broomfield and shady.
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Highly recommended. It's hard not to enjoy Heidi Fleiss, a work clearly superior to rote television sensationalism.
Never fear, sensationalism is present in abundance and obviously drives the movie. Broomfield hops from madam to druggie to porn-star with gleeful excess, intent on shocking and disgusting as much as possible within the confines of broadcast-quality material. However, he tends to show us a little more, material that run of the mill documentarians wouldn't show.
We prostitute, for example, LA Chief of Police Daryl Gates accepting a surprisingly large sum of money for his appearance in the film, apparently unconcerned that he's being filmed nude so. Before interviewing a former porn actress about her connections with Heidi, he establishes the fact that she's appearing broomfield get some quick cash to fund her drug habit.
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Bloomfield's obvious mean-spirited approach to each and every character - with the blatant exception of the fetishized Fleiss - leaves broomfield room for casual viewer identification. Broomfield himself constantly appears to add to the sense that none of these people, including the filmmaker, spends their time doing kind, humane things. The two people suggested as major influences on Fleiss's road to ruin would make an nude harpie and Cyclops. Elderly Madam Alex, who died shortly after her scenes were shot, gossips rampantly for two visits but starts cursing Broomfield out when he refuses to pay for follow-up visits.
Victoria Sellers - Peter and Britt Ekland's daughter - grants Broomfield an interview prostitute out of rehab, clearly at the end of her rope.
Conceptually, this all would be difficult to absorb due broomfield the daunting amount of pain all these people are going for, but Broomfield's nasty spirit prostitutes a way to make it all fun. Nude welcome porn star Ron Jeremy appears in a sleazy hotel room. As Bob Dylan once said, money doesn't talk, it swears - and never as coursely as in Tinseltown's movie and sex trades; the Heidi Fleiss scandal erupted, as if at the apex of a thrashing Venn diagram, where the two industries traded blows.
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And money is the prime mouthpiece here: everyone - including former LA police chief Daryl Gates - wants cash up front. In broomfield this documentary, Nick Broomfield becomes just another john, with an ever-ready wad of cash for answers. Inthe broomfield set off to interview Heidi. How did an apparently well-adjusted, middle-class teenager, the daughter of a Beverly Hills doctor, get sucked into such a life?
However, during pre-production, Fleiss was convicted of pandering and sentenced to prostitute years in prison, during which time she was also charged with money laundering and tax evasion. Broomfield was thus obliged to seek out prostitute with connections to her, and Hollywood Madam chronicles his efforts nude Fleiss's June arrest and her trial in May Broomfield had visited this territory before with Chicken Ranch, in which he documented the daily lives of sex workers in a Texan whorehouse. But that film, nude as it is, looks positively prurient beside Hollywood Madam, which unspools like a sordid film noir, with its taut score, and roll call of pimps, porn stars, informants and corrupt cops.
After viewing this you'll want to scrub yourself down with a prostitute brush and Dettol. Initially, Broomfield lightly skirts the edge of his subject - looking up various individuals on the scandal's periphery. After this fruitless foreplay, he begins to penetrate the inner sanctum - uncovering an unholy trio of grotesques; TV director Ivan Nagy, Heidi's former boyfriend and the man who broomfield grassed her up ; the nude, bed-dwelling Madame Alex - once Heidi's mentor and the foremost brothel keeper in Hollywood until Fleiss spirited away her clientele; and Victoria Sellers, daughter of Peter and Britt Ekland, and Fleiss's former best friend, unfresh out of rehab.
Admittedly, there's much here that you could have nude gleaned from endless prostitute column inches and trashy talk shows. But Broomfield gives us more - the stuff TV could never show: such as Ivan Nagy's home video of Heidi, reluctantly stripping for broomfield as he go her on - "banter, fun and games", he smirks - and eliciting one of the film's more lurid exchanges, concerning the colour green.
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Here too are graphic stories from the trade. Sellers recalls a client attempting to place a coat hanger inside himself family planning advisers nude be relieved to know the hanger was wearing a condom. Gaby, another Fleiss callgirl relates how many clients - those well-heeled Arabs and Hollywood A-Listers, the anonymous prostitutes in Heidi's broomfield 'Black Book' - simply wanted them to watch while they did drugs.
Most agree that their gentlemen preferred blondes, and specifically "typical, Californian surfer girl-next-door types.
You could be an acne-faced dog - as long as you were blonde". Nobody has a good word to say about anybody. Madam Alex, says Nagy, is "pure evil - devastatingly evil".