An outrageous tale of two of lifes losers, from the Andy Warhol factory. Joe Dallesandro is a heroin-addicted male hustler whose girlfriend, Holly Woodlawn, harps on at him to 'better himself' so they can qualify for welfare.

Year: 1970
Genre: Queer Cinema, Cult Films / After Dark, Transvestism, Counterculture, Avant-garde / Experimental
Country: USA
Director: Paul Morrissey
Starring: Joe Dallesandro, Holly Woodlawn, Jane Forth
Duration: 110 Minutes
Rating: R18 - Contains drug use, sex scenes and offensive language.
Location in store: Cult



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