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FATALE ATTRACTION: Tara Subkoff is getting ready to show her third film at Norwood on Thursday, called “Fame Fatale,” but it will also live online at Bebe’s Web site. The film, which stars Lydia Hearst and was cowritten by Carrie Fisher, has Hearst wearing Subkoff’s collection for Bebe. Fisher is a longtime friend of Subkoff. “I showed her a cut of my film with the voice-over I had written,” said Subkoff. “She immediately got out her pen and started writing and rewriting.” Subkoff was inspired by film noir, and screen sirens such as Bette Davis, Veronica Lake, Lauren Bacall and Rita Hayworth. The movie was shot at Davis’ Hollywood mansion and Hearst is making her film debut. “She truly reminds me of the classic ‘Hitchcock blonde’ — he would have loved her and she would have been a huge star in his films if we could go back in time,” added Subkoff. Jane Adams provides the voice-over for the film. — Amy Wicks

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