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Inside the towering iron gates of Green Acres, a Beverly Hills estate built in the nineteen-twenties by the silent-film actor Harold Lloyd, a narrow road climbs through eight acres of lawns and gardens to a mansion modelled on the Villa Palmieri, the Florentine palazzo where Boccaccio set the “Decameron.” One afternoon in mid-June, the courtyard held a dozen gleaming sports cars—Lamborghinis, Teslas, Ferraris, Mc Larens—arranged in a circular design, like giant steel petals.
In the nineties, when the estate’s owner, Ron Burkle, was making a fortune in the supermarket business, he raised money from venders to pay for Indy race cars emblazoned with “Food4Less” or “Ralphs.” The cars were an excellent deal for Burkle: they helped his image, and they cost him almost nothing.
The next year, he met Bill Clinton, who was running for President, and the two found a ready kinship.
Although Burkle was a registered Republican until 2004, by the mid-nineties he had become one of the Democratic Party’s major financiers.
Three stars—Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Nate Parker, and Danny Glover—were already in the ensemble cast on August 15; Raw played Noni Jean, a new singer.
Parker played Kaz Nicol and Glover played Captain David Nicol.
Drawn to each other, Noni and Kaz fall fast and hard, despite the protests of those around them who urge them to put their career ambitions ahead of their romance.
But it is ultimately Kaz's love that gives Noni the courage to find her own voice and break free to become the artist she was meant to be.
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It's set in rural Nevada, where a new freeway is cutting through a suburban community, forcing families to relocate, which is devastating to three 13-year-old pals who grew up together.