Trash

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Time Out says

A companion piece to Flesh, with Dallesandro as a down-and-out junkie living on New York's Lower East Side whose heroin addiction has rendered him impotent; just as Joe's desirable virility formed the (nominal) subject of Flesh, so his undesirable impotence is at the centre of Trash. The surprise value of Morrissey's films (the 'liberating nudity', the frankness about sexuality, the playful reversals of sex-roles) camouflaged a number of crucial failings. Flesh and Trash are both eulogies to Dallesandro's body, but are also both moralistic to the point of being puritan about sex in general, and the female sex in particular.

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Release details

UK release:

1970

Duration:

103 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Paul Morrissey

Cast:

Geri Miller, Michael Sklar, Jane Forth, Holly Woodlawn, Joe Dallesandro, Andrea Feldman

Editor:

Jed Johnson

Cinematography:

Paul Morrissey

Screenwriter:

Paul Morrissey

Producer:

Andy Warhol

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