A blonde woman in a red dress crowdsurfs at a party.

Babylon is an epic period comedy-drama written and directed by Damien Chazelle. The film features an ensemble cast. Its plot chronicles the rise and fall of multiple characters during Hollywood’s transition from silent to sound films in the late 1920s. OMG, the Hollywood scene was insane back in the day. I hope they have cooled down by now — I didn’t know what to expect and I surely didn’t expect what I saw. Before seeing Babylon, make sure you’re prepared for this “FOR ADULTS ONLY “ film. Despite the Solom & Garmorra-purlieu, Chazelle did an excellent job.

In 1926 Los Angeles, Mexican immigrant Manuel “Manny” Torres (Diego Calva) helps transport a loose-bowled elephant to a debauched bacchanal party featuring an abundance of orgies, cocaine, and a little person on a phallic-shaped pogo stick, just to name a few of the activities) at Kinoscope Studios executive Don Wallach’s (Jeff Garlin) mansion…

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