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Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:January 1, 1970
Running time:87 minutes
Cast:Charles Durning, Robert De Niro, Allen Garfield, Abraham Goren, Lara Parker
Director:Brian De Palma
Writer:Brian De Palma, Charles Hirsch

Description: Brian De Palma takes on late 1960s media culture in his followup to Greetings (1968). Seeking a place in New York life one way or another, Vietnam vet John Rubin (Robert De Niro) moves into a Greenwich Village dive, with hopes of becoming a director for porn king Joe Banner (Allen Garfield). Rubin sells Banner on his idea to make Peep Art by filming the racy action in the building windows across from his apartment. He plans to seduce talky window denizen Judy (Jennifer Salt) to get the film he wants; but when that plan fails, John trades his camera for a TV and joins a radical theater troupe for their performance piece, Be Black Baby. Inspired by the radicals, John decides to make his own violent political statement -- or does he just want to be on TV? Mixing long passages of the TV-framed Be Black Baby with John's misadventures in Manhattan, the film sends up political extremism, liberal guilt, and the Chicago 1968 protestors' mantra that the whole world is watching, as it all becomes one big staged performance for the cameras.~ Lucia Bozzola, All Movie Guide

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