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In terms of cinematography, scripting, and acting this film would rate about a 5. For the average viewer, I doubt that they would finish it, let alone "get it". I loved it however, as a great b-movie/midnight underground trash flick. It's a parade of weirdos, for the most part they are playing screen versions of themselves (the infamous gaggle of 90's NYC club kids including Michael Alig and James st. James) in fabulously outrageous outfits snorting/shooting/swallowing drugs at Disco 2000 in the old limelight nightclub. It's full of snarky drag queens and whorish druggies throwing shade and talking trash. More than a few die. The plot is a little disjointed, basically a fictional night-in-the-life-of that follows each character as they mingle in the club, interact with one another, and endure the horrible things that keep happening, sometimes branching off into other segments or breaking the fourth wall. So tacky, I loved it! I doubt you will find a copy that doesn't look grainy. This movie is pretty rare and hard to come by, "footage" of a legendary underground club scene that has since then self-destructed and his movie shows why.
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