Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The Panic in Needle Park (1971): review- 2/10

A drug pusher-junkie (who chews gum continually) manages to seduce a young artist into his druggie lifestyle.

It is quite impossible to see what this female character finds in the Al Pacino character and so the film seems to be more an essay in moralism than a study of real relationships.

Gloomy and considerably too long, with zero chracter development and virtually no plot.

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