With a budget of only $80,000 director Susan Seidelman rocked the movie industry, this quirky and daring story of Wren (Susan Berman), a self-promoting Jersey girl desperately trying to break into the downtown Manhattan music scene. But with no money and no talent, she bounces between a nice guy artist (Brad Rinn) who lives in his van and an arrogant musician (Punk icon Richard Hell) who lives off of anyone who will let him.

Year: 1982
Genre: Cult Films / After Dark
Country: USA
Director: Susan Seidelman
Starring: Susan Berman, Brad Rinn, Richard Hell, Roger Jett
Duration: 93 Minutes
Rating: R16
Location in store: Cult



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