Hollywood Lifestyle Downside: Keeping Reality & Fiction From Blurring

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Everyone wants to live that Hollywood lifestyle.  Crazy parties, sex, and free flowing booze creates the ultimate scenario to any outsider, but for eccentric, self-absorbed DJ Josh LeCash, this is just another typical Friday night.  SRO audiences have been glued to the screen of his award-winning mocumentary, “Rebel Rebel Rebel,” which straddles the line between reality and fantasy.

In the film, as LeCash’s alter ego lurches from one disastrous gig to the next, his lazy, indifferent, rock-star like attitude gains him a reputation as one of the celebrity DJs you “love to hate.”

He’s so bad…he’s the Rebel you can’t live without.  In fact, LeCash’s gigs, celebrity traction and popularity continue to soar at a death-defying rate…despite his indifference to professionalism.

The real Josh LeCash became a fixture of Miami’s hippest nightclubs before stepping up to the international stage, traveling the world as the official DJ for Katy Perry.  He is now one of Hollywood’s most sought after celebrity DJs recently spinning parties for Ian Somerhalder and Lindsey Lohan.  LeCash just completed touring with Maroon 5′s front man, Adam Levine, travelling coast-to-coast for his new fragrance launch.

“Rebel Rebel Rebel,” the recent winner of the Los Angeles Art-House Film Festival was once again a stand-out hit to premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival late January.  Directed by Kyle Schneider and shot on a Canon 5D, “Rebel” captures the exclusive city nightlife in the hottest capitals coast to coast.

Startling memorable scenes and sharp rapid-fire cuts, “Rebel Rebel Rebel” holds the irresistible visual imagery that impacts critics and consumers alike.  With a fresh take on what’s become “Hollywood’s most played-out profession,” this unique raw mocumentary leaves the viewer wanting much, much more.

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