The Verge Of Psychosis

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The Verge of Psychosis is a look into the uncovered diary of delusional aspiring actor Trott Felipe, who chronicles his first year in Hollywood, pursuing his dream. Unfortunately, he's a $%#*&^@ idiot.

Trott's story starts off like that of any other aspiring-actor-moving-from-Iowa-to-Hollywood-type. You know.stapling headshots to trees in Studio Exec's neighborhoods, attending mobile acting classes on short school buses, getting assaulted for wearing camouflage, and getting ...

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The Verge of Psychosis: An Aspiring Actor's Journal

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Overview

The Verge of Psychosis is a look into the uncovered diary of delusional aspiring actor Trott Felipe, who chronicles his first year in Hollywood, pursuing his dream. Unfortunately, he's a $%#*&^@ idiot.

Trott's story starts off like that of any other aspiring-actor-moving-from-Iowa-to-Hollywood-type. You know.stapling headshots to trees in Studio Exec's neighborhoods, attending mobile acting classes on short school buses, getting assaulted for wearing camouflage, and getting kicked out of Lakers games. But what makes Trott stand out in a crowd? Well.nothing really, except for his mind, but not in a good way.

Trott's driven, yet clueless. He's outgoing, yet totally secluded. How do you become secluded in Hollywood you ask? Trott finds a way, just as he does with everything in life. But unfortunately, with all of the compromising, "open-mindedness" and talking to inanimate objects, he doesn't realize he is slowly slipping into psychosis...and things could turn fatal...for everybody.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780595422258
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/22/2007
  • Pages: 244
  • Product dimensions: 0.55 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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