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on September 19, 2010
# Classic Paul Morrissey Titles.
Flesh, Trash and Heat.

Both Heat and Trash are classics of American cinema.
If you have not seen these 2 brilliant films, what the hell are you waiting for.

Holly Woodlawn in Trash is translucent.
Sylvia Miles in Heat deserves an oscar.
Andrea Feldman in Heat defies all preconceived notions of performance in a film.

And Joe D. - well, just press play and watch.
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on June 5, 2007
Paul Morrissey was Andy Warhol's resident in house filmmaker and prime mover on his non art related activities, as The Vevet Underground's John Cale said "Paul was the muscle-he made things happen.." His films were the most successful to appear under the Warhol moniker and launched Joe Dellasandro as an international sex symbol and pop culture icon.

The doco 'Factory Days' is a fascinating look back at Morrissey's time with Warhol. It's full of never before seen photo's and entertaining anecdotes and info. Much has been said of the filmmakers bitterness and distancing of himself from Warhol over the years, and it's hinted at in the by the cumugeonly New Yorker's narration, But it's still a must see for Warhol fans.
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on September 28, 2014
fine
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on October 26, 2009
Main reason [and only reason,really] why I bought this collection is because of the handsome Joe Dallessandro, of course. Pretty vivid and shocking overall though; and I love it. With all the great absurd dialogue and constant drug use, awkard sexual advances and mental fits from crazed young lunatics and not to mention the glorified scenes of joe's naked body. Niiiiice..
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on December 30, 2009
Bizarre, fun, weird, historical, slice-of-life, walk back in time.....all describe this film. Even the sound and film editing is bizarre, but in an artsy fartsy way, it pulls you in for the ride. I liked it, felt like I was given an opportunity to step back in time. Wow, how so much has changed and, at the same time, so little has changed.
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on July 11, 2013
Fun to watch if you like this genre. Joe D. is pretty cute. Interesting to see NYC and LA in the 1970's.
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on April 3, 2007
These films are classics of the Paul Morrissey/Andy Warhol era. A great set. Get them before they go out of print again!
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on October 22, 2017
It’s defective
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on September 15, 2016
Thank you.
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on March 22, 2013
very amateurish,the filming was messy too chopy story line got lost and the beginning was by far the worse given those invlved in making this film.
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