Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam

Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam

Directed by Nick Broomfield

Nick Broomfield descends into a den of snakes when he arrives in Los Angeles to interview notorious madam Heidi Fleiss about her business providing call girls to the Hollywood elite. His bizarre interactions with the lying, money-hungry cast of characters, including the elderly Madame Alex and Fleiss' slimy lover Ivan Nagy, are more grotesquely compelling than any Bravo reality series. Don't miss this.

Nick Broomfield descends into a den of snakes when he arrives in Los Angeles to interview notorious madam Heidi Fleiss about her business providing call girls to the Hollywood elite.

Member Reviews

I like Heidi and recommend the documentary

that1red
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2 months ago

I love Nick Bloomfield's documentaries. I'm suprised so many people dont like him. Another good one.

cristag92
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3 months ago

Fascinating story and subject (Fleiss) that should be revisited and redone by a documentarian who does not have a sleazy approach him/herself. This filmmaker is just gross in his thirsty chase of subjects, like "will film literally anyone or anything to be part of the sexy news story" style. Skip this, nothing to gain or even be entertained by in this film.

brigettesupernova
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10 months ago

Ugh. This would be good if that weirdo recording and talking wasn’t so creepy. I had to stop midway.

mcherry82
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10 months ago

Interesting. I came away feeling like I needed to take a shower. There are some serious scumbags in the movie. The director treads a thin line of being one of them. So many buzzards circling Heidi. I felt very empathetic towards her.

Texpsych
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3 years ago