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Mondo New York (1988)

A young woman wanders around New York City and stumbles across a number of strange characters and settings that represent the "underground" areas of the city. She sees stand up comedy in ... See full summary »

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Joseph Arias ...
Fish Out Of Water / A Hard Days Night
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Comic in Park
Charlie Barnett ...
Comic In Park
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Professor Mambuzu
Emilio Cubeiro
Karen Finley ...
Herself
Dean Johnson
Phoebe Legere ...
Lydia Lunch ...
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Poetry Reader
Frank Moore ...
Rapping & Rocking
John Sex ...
Hustle With My Muscle
Linda Mac ...
Rapping & Rocking
Veronica Vera ...
Rapping & Rocking
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A young woman wanders around New York City and stumbles across a number of strange characters and settings that represent the "underground" areas of the city. She sees stand up comedy in Central Park, a prostitution auction, a voodoo ceremony, an S&M club, and a number of very interesting performance artists. These are just a few of the sights and sounds of New York that she encounters. Written by Josh Pasnak <chainsaw@intouch.bc.ca>

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"I am the mayor of New York City..."
26 December 2002 | by (NYC NJ USA) – See all my reviews

This movie is just a small image of what NYC was like during the 80's. I'm so glad it was made. Joey Arias is brilliant (still is and still performing). He and Ann Magnuson daringly performed their art during the early 80's at places like Danceteria where I was lucky enough to see them. I don't see it as a b-movie at all. It's a documentary and if you've lived in NYC (especially the lower east side) during the 80's you'd understand its value. Thank you Harvey Keith, for saving a bit of time on celuloid.


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