Nobody Knows Anything

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Released 2003

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Director:
William Tannen
Released:
2003
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Nobody Knows Anything is a 2003 comedy film centered around Hollywood and the vacuous people who participate in movie production. The film is partly based on a quote by William Goldman, author of "Adventures in the Screen Trade", who states 'the single most important fact, perhaps, of the entire movie industry is that nobody knows anything'. And that is just what aspiring filmmaker Sarah (Alanna Ubach) discovers when she sets out to make her own Hollywood production. She joins forces with an uninspired screenwriter, Uncle Lou (Michael Lerner) who is just as naive when it comes to the industry. Together they meet several bigwig producers and fledging actors. After several unsuccessful meetings, the duo realize that Hollywood is abundant with ignorant people who know just as little about movie making as they do. The film also includes cameos by Steven Colbert, Mike Myers, Janeane Garofalo and Margaret Cho. William Tannen (The Cisco Kid, Batman: The Movie, The Truth About Cats & Dogs) directs.

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Comedy, Drama

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Satire, Independent, Showbiz