On the heels of their success with FLESH (1968) and TRASH (1970), director Paul Morrissey and producer Andy Warhol moved their underground sensibilities to the West Coast. Populated by low-level celebrities and Tinseltown wannabes, this is a raw, sexually-explicit tale of faded
Hollywood, with more than a hint of SUNSET BOULEVARD (1950)--as a young, down-on-his-luck actor takes up residence with an aging Hollywood actress.
Joey Davis (Joe Dallesandro) is a handsome, out-of-work actor who rents a room at a shabby Los Angeles motel. There he meets Jesse (Andrea Feldman), a brash young woman who had once met him on the set of his old TV show "The Big Ranch," when h...