Page Six has heard that the new film will reveal an interesting and entertaining sequel to the socialite era.
Hulu’s new documentary, Queenmaker, says: James Chrysankal, Teenager in the 2000s The Illinois native, who became Manhattan’s unlikely mover and shaker by interviewing socialites like Tinsley Mortimer from her bedroom, is now reminiscent of Ms. Mortimer. Lives as Morgan Olivia Rose, a gorgeous and charming woman.
Morgan anonymously named “Park Avenue Peerage” in 2007, when Mortimer, Olivia Palermo and Lauren Santo Domingo not only dominated gossip columns, but also blogs like Socialite Rank. launched.
The work was a hit and caused a bit of a stir when the author of the “Uptown Ephemera” internal record turned out to be a Midwestern high school student.
This gave him an internship at New York Magazine and an interview with The New York Times. At the time, the site described the site as “mainly a compilation of party photos, social updates, and sometimes family histories.” Eliminate announcements of marriages and deaths. ”
The documentary, which opens Wednesday, is based on a chapter in gossip mogul Ben Widdicombe’s memoir Gatecrasher and reveals the sometimes shocking final years of Rose’s life, including her transformation. .
“Now that I’m grown up, I realize there were two different people,” she says in the film, “one was James and the other was me.” “It took time and it was painful,” she added.
“For New Yorkers, this bubbly moment [in the mid-2000s] It has to do with the post-9/11 trauma and how desperate people were to do something fun and simple in the newspaper,” Widdicombe told Page Six. darker events. ”
This film reveals the dark truth behind the whirlwind lives of the top socialites and the ordinary people who worship them.