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Rated NR · 110 minutes · 1962

In a cramped and dirty apartment, eight junkies variously goof off, chat and play jazz music while waiting for their heroin connection to show up. They've also struck a deal with documentary filmmaker Jim Dunn (William Redfield) : They'll let him film them provided he pays for their drugs. When the dealer, Cowboy (Carl Lee), arrives, he's suspicious of the filmmaker and his camera, enough so that Dunn considers trying heroin himself to prove he's no narc and to better understand his subjects.
Director: Shirley Clarke
Writer: Jack Gelber
Producer: Lewis Allen, Shirley Clarke and Jim Di Gangi
Cast: Warren Finnerty, Garry Goodrow, James Anderson, Jerome Raphael, Carl Lee, Barbara Winchester, William Redfield, Roscoe Browne, Henry Proach, Freddie Redd, Jackie McLean, Michael Mattos and Larry Richie

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