Andy Warhol's Heat (1972)
A former child star tries to get by in Hollywood by taking an older lover.
Cry-Baby (1990)
Musical romance charting juvenile deliquency in the Fifties.
Flesh For Frankenstein (1973)
Dark comedy based - very loosely - on Mary Shelley's novel.
Je T'aime Moi Non Plus (1976)
Jane Birkin and Joe Dellasandro prove falling love can be a real pain.
The Limey (1999)
Terence Stamp is an old lag, out to avenge his daughter's death.
Paul Morrissey box set: Flesh/Trash/Heat (2005)
Trilogy of films about a sometime hustler.
LA Without A Map (1998)
A Scots undertaker falls in love with an actress and moves to LA with comic consequences.
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