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Slums of Beverly Hills

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Slums of Beverly Hills, On Demand Movie, Comedy DigitalMovies, Drama

Plot Summary

Plot: The year is 1976. It is the era of Let's Make A Deal, the last hurrah of bell bottoms, big lapels and even bigger cars. It is also the year Vivian Abramowitz (Natasha Lyonne) learns the ABCs of bra sizes. It's a tough time for Vivian, made even tougher by her single, divorced father Murray's (Alan Arkin) constant search for a better lifestyle. Murray's goal is to keep the entire family -- Vivian, wise-mouthed older brother Ben (David Krumholtz) and wide-eyed little brother Rickey -- in the Beverly Hills School District (albeit on the very fringes of the city), because as Murray puts it: "Furniture is temporary, education is forever."
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America.


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