|Barfly 1987 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Barbet Schroeder
Cast: Mickey Rourke, Faye Dunaway, Alice Krige, J.C. Quinn, Frank Stallone, Jack Nance, Joe Unger, Sandy Martin, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Fritz Feld, Roberta Bassin, Gloria LeRoy, Harry Cohn, Gary Cervantes, Rik Colitti
This is the story of alcoholic writer Henry Chinasky (Mickey Rourke) who hangs around in a neighborhood bar where barfly Willa (Faye Dunaway) works. Willa also drinks too much and is thought to be more than a little bit crazy. Henry and Faye set off on a weird relationship involving irrational behavior, and Henry moves in with her. Later, book publisher Tully Sorenson (Alice Krige) becomes interested in Henry and wants to publish his writings. As she tries to help Henry out of his drinking problems, they end up in bed together. A cat fight at the bar between Wanda and Fay ends with Henry toasting the patrons with a drink. Written by Charles Bukowski and based on his own experiences.
|Voices 1979 PG, 106 min.|
Director: Robert Markowitz
Cast: Michael Ontkean, Amy Irving, Alex Rocco, Barry Miller, Herbert Berghof, Viveca Lindfors, Allan Rich, Joseph Cali, Jean Ehrlich, Rik Colitti
An aspiring musician, Bus Driver (Michael Ontkean), falls in love with a young deaf woman, Rosemarie Lemon (Amy Irving), who, in turn, dreams of becoming a ballerina.
|1. Barfly (1987)|
2. Voices (1979)
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