Guy Trousseau believes he has the key to success as a Hollywood agent. He started off with a captive stable of luscious young women, supplied by his very silent partner Lily, that he could provide for clients needing actresses for film, video, and Internet productions. And he doesn't particularly care how his clients use them, even if they don't survive the experience. He has an almost limitless supply, allowing him to provide as many beauties as needed as often as they are required.
Besides, to him they are nothing more than disposable commodities. Their only purpose is to satisfy his desires, all of them, including making him rich.
Finally he has a chance to make it into The Big Time, by providing an actress for an Oscar-winning director to appear in his next epic blockbuster. From there, there would be no limit to the heights he could reach.
Just one significant hitch: Lily doesn't want to be quite so silent anymore. And Guy is about to learn that to her, he is a disposable commodity as well.