Heat (Warhol)

'Sylvia Miles is a fading, practically unknown star, given to game shows, TV movies and studs. Joe Dallesandro is a one-time child actor who lives in a sunbaked motel, where the obese landlady gives cut rates for service and complains about the star's freaked-out daughter who lives with a baby and lesbian lover in a 'suite'. High comedy and low tragedy... a gifted and offbeat cast' (Judith Crist). Produced by Andy Warhol.

Year: 1972
Genre: Cult Films / After Dark
Country: USA
Director: Paul Morrissey
Starring: Sylvia Miles, Joe Dallesandro, Andrea Feldman
Duration: 100 Minutes
Rating: R16
Location in store: Cult



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