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Los Feliz 3 Theatre | ‘WATCH LOCAL: Beverly Hills Summer’
Home / Now Showing / SCENES FROM THE CLASS STRUGGLE IN BEVERLY HILLS
From cult filmmaker Paul Bartel, this hilarious comedy answers the question of what happens when two neurotic, comically complicated Beverly Hills families share one mansion for a single weekend? Newly-widowed sitcom queen Clare (Jacqueline Bisset) and her best friend, freshly divorced socialite Lisabeth (Mary Woronov), are about to have the times and temptations of their lives. In the servants’ quarters, Clare’s houseboy (Robert Beltran) and Lisabeth’s servant (Ray Sharkey) have a bet: whichever man seduces the other’s rich, single and tantalizing employer first is the winner. No rules restrain the delicious fun in Bartel’s riotous romp where it’s just another weekend of shameless sexual adventures, ill-fated romances and an accidental death.
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