Heat

by Paul Morrissey1h421972United States
Heat

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"Heat" is a parody of "Sunset Boulevard." Joey Davis, an unemployed ex-child actor, uses sex to get his landlady, Lydia, to reduce his rent, and then tries to exert his influence on Sally Todd, who is now washed-up and wasn't even more than slightly important at the height of her career. Sally tries to help Joey, until he realizes that she just isn't well-connected enough to be of any service to him. The affair is complicated by Sally's psychotic, maybe-lesbian-or-maybe-not daughter Jessica, who tries to muscle in on her mother's relationship with Joey.

Cast and crew
  • Credits

    • Distributor : Carlotta Films
    • Production Compagny : Andy Warhol Factory
    • Original Music : John Cale
    • Photo Director : Paul Morrissey
    • Director : Paul Morrissey
    • Scenario : Paul Morrissey
    • Editing : Lana Jokel, Jed Johnson
    • Producer : Andy Warhol
  • Technical details

    • Printed format : 16 mm
    • Year of production : 1972
    • Category : Feature film
    • Color : Colors
    • Language : English

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