Plot[ edit ] The film follows the production of Home for Purim, a low-budget drama film about a Jewish family in the southern United States in the s. The film's director Guest constantly incorporates bizarre camera shots and acting notes, while the producer Coolidge , heiress to a diaper service, knows nothing about producing films. The two screenwriters Balaban and McKean are at odds with the director, as they struggle to align the film's period Southern setting with incongruous Jewish references and words. When an unattributed rumor begins to circulate that Hack, Miller, and Webb are likely to receive Oscar nominations for the film, each begins obsessing about the award. Hack pretends not to care while secretly pining for the award, Miller demands a higher salary and pushes his agent Levy for more dignified work, and Webb breaks up with Chubb. Later, the hosts of entertainment news program Hollywood Now Willard and Lynch visit the set and interview the cast.
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