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I knew that what they were doing was wrong, but I felt sorry for them.
The film is sad as the couple spiral even further downward, the young woman turning to first selling her body and then selling out on Pacino, the love of her life.
It stars Al Pacino, in his second role in film, as Bobby and Kitt Winn, as Helen, his seemingly lost and naive girlfriend.
I hadn't heard of this movie so when my daughter was talking about how she liked it I surprised her with it. Speedy delivery and arrived in perfect shape.Published 8 days ago by Linda Johnson
There are so many ways this portrait of heroin addicts could have become formulaic but it manages to sidestep almost all of them. The performances are all fresh and unpredictable. Read morePublished 24 days ago by mr. contrarian
The movie is realistic. Al Pacino plays a great role as do all the characters. My only complaint was that it was lacking action and slow. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeremiah L. Olson
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We get a cold slice of the seedier side of 1970s New York right about when Gotham was approaching rock bottom. Read more
Like a lot of American early 70s films we get the downside of the 60s high,the documentary fall out from 60s dreams. Read morePublished 4 months ago by technoguy
You would think Al Pacino would be good....it wasn't. Sad to say I don't recommend it to anyone!!!! Love Al but hated the movie.Published 9 months ago by no1advice
After watching the film I questioned why it is not talked about more. It is a stark, honest film with great photography of early 70's NYC Upper West Side. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Blue Leaf