The red emergency phone is ringing. On one end? Lowly assistants at Babylon Pictures, a

major Hollywood movie studio, left alone to handle some fresh and rapidly escalating damage

control. On the other? North Korea's supreme leader, furious with his depiction in Babylon's

latest film, "The Girlish Tendencies of Kim Jong-un." Besieged from all sides, they must contend

with a spiraling predicament catapulting them further into a frenzied distortion of modern

American culture and the creative process. Throwing shade may be their only way out.