Invisible aliens in a tiny flying saucer come to Earth looking for heroin. They land on top of a New York apartment inhabited by a drug dealer and her female, androgynous, bisexual nymphomaniac lover, a fashion model. The aliens soon find the human pheromones created in the brain during orgasm preferable to heroin, and the model's casual sex partners begin to disappear. This increasingly bizarre scenario is observed by a lonely woman in the building across the street, a German scientist who is following the aliens, and an equally androgynous, drug-addicted male model. (Both models are played by Anne Carlisle, in a dual role.) Darkly funny and thoroughly weird. Written by
Marty Cassady <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
According to an interview with Anne Carlisle
in the July 1984 edition of Moviegoer Magazine, the movie was the most successful independent film of the 1983 year grossing $1.7 million at the box-office in the film's first months of release. See more
At the turn of the century heroine was available at every corner drugstore. Any housewife could get some for a headache.
I am not a turn of the century housewife and I don't want heroine in my house.
Excerpts from Epitalamo of 'Trionfo di Afrodite'
By Carl Orff See more