Here is a surprisingly gory and raunchy old movie where an artist slowly goes insane while trying to live with his two girlfriends, pay his late rent, and not get his commissioned painting done because an obnoxious band WILL NOT stop practicing downstairs. He shows he has a problem with homeless people from the beginning, […]
Born in the Bronx, Ferrara started making amateur films on Super 8 in his teens before making his debut with violent exploitation films such as 'Driller Killer' and 'Ms.45'. Good reviews for the latter helped create his cult reputation, leading to larger budgets, studio funding and 'name' actors (Christopher Walken, Harvey Keitel), but he still likes taking his camera out onto the meanest streets of New York, as the ultra-cheap, highly controversial 'Bad Lieutenant' demonstrates.
Born: 19 July 1951, The Bronx, New York, USA