Spalding Gray: Terrors of Pleasure
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|Spalding Gray: Terrors of Pleasure|
|Directed by||Thomas Schlamme|
|Produced by||Cherie Fortis|
|Written by||Spalding Gray|
|Edited by||John Fortenberry|
Spalding Gray: Terrors of Pleasure is a 1988 filming of a monologue written and performed by Spalding Gray.
In it, he chronicles the adventures he shared with his girlfriend, Renee, in the Catskills. These took place in and around a cabin he purchased, there in Upstate New York, including the apparent absence of any foundation, and a furnace located in the attic, which is not ideal, if one thinks to take normal heat-flow direction into account.
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