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Second feature film by the French-born director Eric Mitchell is a Bertolucci-style story of a bored, rich woman looking for romance and adventure (portrayed by Jennifer Miro of the Nuns!!) . She meets an American G.I., dumps him, then falls for a Communist worker. Staring Patti Astor, Rene Ricard, James Nares, Mitchell himself and a band consisting of the likes of John Lurie (of the Lounge Lizards) and Arto Lindsay (of the band DNA) playing a cool, ragged cover of Gene Vincent’s “Be Bop a Lula”. A must for all no wave & new york underground film completists.

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