There is one actor that "needs" a Christmas present from Santa Ron; of course if you think about it, I bet you can guess; but no peeking until Christmas.
As Christmas approaches, we see the young daughter of a parent who has established his name in film for his great works. We see the child grow and seek to become an actor herself, but she never quite gets it. I guess we will have to wait until next Christmas. She puts some stuff on film, not too good, but good enough to keep working, or is she riding her daddy's coattails? Rebellious and full of hatred, she continues to make films . . . and still no one notices.
I guess it is time for Santa Ron to step in. As Christmas approaches and this little girl ages, she reaches the point where she would be a good little actress, and she still does not get it.
So it is time.
To Jane Fonda,
From Santa Ron,
Get a clue!
The repercussions resound in reverberations heard throughout the land. For Jane Fonda (who played Nora in Joseph Losey's 1973 cinematic rendering of Henrik Ibsen's 1879 play, A Doll's House) has got what she deserves and has needed for quite some time.