Quiet Days in Hollywood is a 1995 movie directed by Josef Rusnak. This film moves from character to character to capture all parts of a complicated and tightly knit drama. Lolita (Hilary Swank) is a prostitute working in Hollywood who swindles a customer. The customer, Angel (Daryl Mitchell), meets with his girlfriend the next day. His girlfriend, Julie (Meta Golding) has an unpleasant sexual encounter with a married lawyer, Rich (Chad Lowe), who is also sleeping with the wife of his boss. Rich's wife knows of his infidelities and vehemently disapproves. Meanwhile, a struggling closeted gay actor, Peter Blaine (Peter Dobson) gets into a fight with his secret lover Patrick (Stephen Mailer). The couple make up, but things do not go as planned to a tragic degree. A grief-stricken Peter has a surprising meeting with prostitute Lolita that reveals he may have had a few misconceptions about some of his important personal preferences.