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Time Out says

Adam Ant's cash-strapped art dealer will stop at nothing to increase the value of talent-free Packer's latest canvases, even if it means killing him, in this patchy satire on the skewed values of the art market. Not many laughs though, given such an easy target, mainly because of an uncertain cast and half-finished script. Genuine works by Andy Warhol and Keith Haring contextualise the pastiche offerings Packer knocks out.
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UK release:

1989

Duration:

104 mins

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