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The muse

In true Hollywood fashion, successful screenwriter Steven Phillips learns his career is ending over lunch. Trying anything to get it back, he meets with an enviously successful friend who advises the services of an absolute goddess named Sarah Little.

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  • "In true Hollywood fashion, successful screenwriter Steven Phillips learns his career is ending over lunch. Trying anything to get it back, he meets with an enviously successful friend who advises the services of an absolute goddess named Sarah Little."
  • "In true Hollywood fashion, successful screenwriter Steven Phillips learns his career is ending over lunch. Trying anything to get it back, he meets with an enviously successful friend who advises the services of an absolute goddess named Sarah Little."@en
  • "Screenwriter Steven Phillips loses his job and acquires, through a friend, an "absolute goddess" to 're-inspire' his creativity. This creativity comes at a price, however."
  • "Een scenarioschrijver is van de ene op de andere dag uit de gratie. Een vriend introduceert hem bij een muze die hem moet inspireren, maar daar moet hij wel een prijs voor betalen."
  • "A successful screenwriter tries to get his career back by using the services of an absolute goddess named Sarah Little."@en
  • "Een scenarioschrijver is van de ene op de andere dag uit de gratie. Een vriend introduceert hem bij een muze die hem moet inspireren. Maar daar moet hij wel een prijs voor betalen."
  • "Actor/writer/director Albert Brooks turns his satiric gaze on the film industry in this comedy about a screenwriter who has hit a rough patch. Steven Philips (played by Brooks) has enjoyed a celebrated career in Hollywood, but one day he has a meeting with his agent, who informs him his career is suddenly going nowhere. Steven quickly finds himself at the end of his rope and is unable to put a decent sentence on paper. Desperate, he hears that there's a bona fide muse in Hollywood, Sarah (played by Sharon Stone), who might be able to help with his problems. The writer contacts Sarah, hoping a good, stong dose of inspiration will get his career back on track. However, Sarah's late hours and endless demands don't do much to help Steven's relationship with his wife (Andie MacDowell). The Muse features an original musical score by Elton John, and cameos by several notable film figures, including Martin Scorsese, Rob Reiner, and James Cameron."@en
  • "Hollywood screenwriter Steven Phillips is going through a career slump. He enlists the service of a Muse called Sarah. She turns out to be a temperamental diva and freeloader."
  • "A successful screenwriter uses the services of a real-life Muse to help him get his job back."
  • "Successful Hollywood screenwriter Steven Phillips learns, over lunch, that his career is ending. Trying anything to get it back, he meets with an enviously successful friend who advises the services of an actual goddess--one of the Muses."@en
  • "Steven Phillips is a veteran screenwriter of 17 films who is told he has lost his edge. A fellow writer with a string of successes under his belt refers Phillips to Sarah, a professional muse. In exchange for the royal treatment and a showering of expensive gifts, she will grace writers with her presence, which seems to magically spark profitable ideas in the client's mind. Is her power real or is it all in her clients' heads?"@en
  • "A Hollywood screenwriter with writer's block acquires a muse who inspires him to write a sure-fire script."

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  • "Feature films"@en
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired"@en
  • "fiction dramatique (fiction)"
  • "Features"
  • "Comedy"
  • "Comedy films"@en
  • "Fantasy comedies"
  • "Drama"@en
  • "Drama"
  • "Romantic comedy films"@en

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  • "The muse"@en
  • "The muse"
  • "Die Muse"
  • "La muse"
  • "The Muse"
  • "The Muse"@en
  • "Muse (Motion picture : 1999)"
  • "Muse"@en
  • "Muse"