Hollywood Dreams is yet another drop in the bucket in a slew of films depicting the demoralization and dehumanizing aspects of Hollywood, which are altogether a much more likely experience than fame and fortune.

Tanna Frederick plays a young, ambitious, hopeful actress fresh off the bus and living in the bowels of Hollywood with three other girls in a one-bedroom apartment. Eventually they kick her out, and in her daily, pathetic homeless rambling she eventually meets a big producer who moves her into his house with promises of fulfilling her dreams of becoming a successful actress.

While Justin Kirk, who plays a successful actor that falls in love with Frederick’s character, and Zack Norman, who plays one of the young actress’s benefactors, are great in their performances, the film doesn’t bring anything new or interesting to the screen.

Hollywood Dreams is currently available.