Rich Girl is a 1991 American romantic drama film directed by Joel Bender and written from the screenplay of Robert Elliot. The film stars Jill Schoelen in the title role, along with Cherie Currie and Paul Gleason in the supporting cast. The leading gentleman was played by Don Michael Paul, with live music. The film centers around a wealthy girl from Bel-Air, who is tired of living off her wealthy family's name and decides to prove her independence from her overbearing father and obnoxious ex-fiancé by making her way in life by becoming a waitress at a nightclub and ends up falling in love with one of the club's rock musicians.
The film had wide list of performer and showcased award-winning musicians like Willie Dixon and Cherie Currie. The bands featured Precious Metal (band), Darling Cruel, Celebrity Skin (band), with Dance group Miranda Rap group. The film had wide release and was originally up for award nominations for the soundtrack by award-winning composer Jay Chattaway.
Originally shelved, the film got picked for a limited release in select theaters nationwide with mixed reviews, most famously from The Washington Post. On a tight Budgets the production of the film grew more success from the live performances by Jill Schoelen and Don Michael Paul themselves. Marketing the films tagline "he was like nothing she'd ever known, and everything she'd ever wanted".
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