Hollywood v. Beauty and the Synchronicity of the Six presents the biographies of six movie actresses from the 1920s to the 1970s, with a single actress representing her decade of activity: Louise Brooks 1920s, Jean Harlow 1930s, Hedy Lamarr 1940s, Barbara Payton 1950s, Jean Seberg 1960s, and Sondra Locke 1970s. The synchronicity between the lives of these women is phenomenal, and their stories are as dramatic and exciting as any to come from that town, stretching all the way from complete ruination to thrilling triumph. Along the way, the story of movies in the Golden Age unfolds as six movie actresses try to survive in the most artificial place on Earth. The power elite of Hollywood could transform unknowns into movie stars or erase the famous into oblivion. Since beauty has its own innate power, it is inevitable these two entities would face off.