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The Foreigner (Jan-1978)

Director: Amos Poe

Writer: Amos Poe

Music: Ivan Keal

Producer: Amos Poe

Keywords: Experimental

Max Menace, a foreigner of some sort, arrives in New York City and is pursued by various figures. We never learn who he is or why he's there. The main interest of this relic is its encounter with CBGB and persons connected with the punk scene. Key film in the genre of punk cinema, but interminable if one actually attempts a viewing. Filmed on a remarkable budget of a $5,000 car loan, gleefully acknowledged in the end credits.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Debbie Harry
Singer
1-Jul-1945   Blondie
Lux Interior
Musician
21-Oct-1946 4-Feb-2009 Lead singer of The Cramps

CAST

Eric Mitchell   ...   Menace
Anya Phillips   ...   Doll
Patty Astor   ...   Harlow
Debbie Harry   ...   Dee Trik
Terens Severine   ...   Zazu Weather
Robin Crutchfield   ...   Fido Hex
Kitty Sondern   ...   Kit Bag
Duncan Hannah   ...   King Bag
Steven Kramer   ...   Mouse
Susan Morris   ...   Mo Bag
Amos Poe   ...   Amos Nitrate
David Forshtay   ...   For Bag
P. Buzantian   ...   Skratch
Ana Marton   ...   Fullee
Chirine El Khadem   ...   Mr. Kool
James Crosby   ...   Son of Sam
Richard Merkin   ...   The 357
Klaus Mettig   ...   Supporting Cast
Ronny Stefan   ...   Supporting Cast
David Letray   ...   R.
The Cramps   ...   The Erasers

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