Everybody wants to be rich, famous, and beautiful in Hollywood. Nobody wants to be old, poor, and unknown. Life can be difficult for Hollywood kids, because they grow up in such an unreal atmosphere. They are part of the parents' ambitions. When every dream can come true, kids learn the value of nothing because they have everything. Parent pay for extravagant parties, expensive cars, and designer clothes.
Amanda is 15-year-old, his mother employ a personal trainer, a anutritionist, a bodyguard/chauffeur, a singing coach, and a counsellor to look after all needs.
Trent Maguire, a 13-year-old boy has a driver, credit cards, and unlimited cash to do what he wants and when he wants. He boasts that he will earn more than his Dad.
The children decide whether to make their own meals or go out to the restaurants, when to watch television or do homework. They organize their own social lives, because often there is no parent at home most days. They play no childhood games. They become adults before they're ready.
Hollywood has always been the city of dream. The kids in L.A. live unreal live where money, beauty, and pleasure are the only goods. Will children around the world soon start to thing the same? or do they already?