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Pictures of Baby Jane Doe (1995)

R | | Drama, Romance | 1995 (USA)
A hapless photographer/writer takes in a young streetwalker and tries to help her change her sordid lifestyle while he attempts to do the same for himself.

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Horace
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Lucinda
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Vince (as Joe Ragno)
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Rudy
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Dan
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Bianchi
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Waiter
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Charlie
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Regenerated Woodman
Alphonso King Jr. ...
Transvestitte #1 (as Alfonse King)
Angela Price ...
Transvestitte #2
Ron Bagden ...
Dancing Transvestitte
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Roger Harvey ...
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Horace, a New York City down-on-his-luck writer, meets and finds love with a waifish young woman, named Jane, whom he shacks her up in his tiny apartment room and asks her to pose as a model for some creative death scene photos. But Horace's nowhere job and Jane's drug addiction threaten the union between them, until he moves himself and her to Atlantic City to start over and try to help her overcome her addictions. With that all looks well and upbringing for Jane and Horace - so it seems. Written by matt-282

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Rated R for language, drug content and sexuality
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Jane: Who do I have to fuck to get a cream soda in this joint?
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Bodymusic
From the album Bodymusic
Written by Saskia Laroo (as S. Laroo) and R. King
Courtesy of Laroo Music Publishing
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A good picture of why Flockhart was picked for "Ally"
19 March 2002 | by See all my reviews

Although the movie was panned by many, it offers a glimpse into the gradual downward spiral of a drug addict and her lover. In some ways this movie predicts scenes from 'Requiem for a Dream' with its less than glamorous portrayal of addiction and the life around it. What is most striking about the part is that it is an about face for fans of the sacharine "Ally McBeal" and shows that Flockhart, if a little over the top, could certainly be a bona fide film actress without the help of network television. This is brought further to bear in her part in "Midsummer Nights Dream" (see film list).

The movie itself is a nice change of pace and moves along well. Its very good on those days when you want to watch something a bit off the wall instead of the usual Hollywood blockbusted offering.

My Score: 8 out of 10


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