A STAR CALLED WORMWOOD by Pat Silver-Lasky

By Pat Silver-Lasky

a celeb known as WORMWOOD is a fast paced modern comedy set within the foreign movie global. it is romantic, violent, upbeat and lowdown -What occurs whilst american citizens confront a bunch of oddballs, a grasp fraudster and his astonishing associate within the scam of the age?

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