Mixed Blood (film)
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|Directed by||Paul Morrissey|
|Produced by||Alain Sarde
|Written by||Alan Bowne
|Music by||Coati Mundi|
|Edited by||Scott Vickrey|
|18 October 1985 (USA)|
|This section requires expansion. (February 2010)|
|Marília Pêra||Rita La Punta|
|“||Paul Morrissey continues to be a cinema original and his Mixed Blood, a most unorthodox look at life in the drug trade on New York's Lower East Side, is successively comic, brutal, primitive and sophisticated - a comedy with the manners of a live-action cartoon for jaded adults.||”|
However, the reviewer at Time Out did not care for it:
|“||[The film is] Often taken for black comedy, its lurid visuals, ragbag assortment of performance styles, and the succession of ambushes, escapes and showdowns suggest something closer to Victorian melodrama.||”|
- "Cocaine Review. Movie Reviews - Film - Time Out London". Timeout.com. Retrieved 2010-07-26.
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