Can a return to the old hood make a Hollywood actor happy? Find out in "The Perfect Model" (1988) as a fast-living African-American actor played by Anthony McKay returns to the town he grew up in to reestablish the roots he worked so hard at ignoring in the past few years. He reacquaints himself with his enterprising boyhood buddy, now a sleazy beauty pageant promoter, who uses the lovely contestants to satisfy his unending lust. His life is changed forever when he lays eyes upon the beautiful Linda. He knows he has to have her, but her lifestyle is in marked contrast to the posh one he has been living in Tinseltown. Will the culture clash the two experience tear them apart for good?