Internet article on drug movies. I was in this faze where I was watching drug movies from the early late 90's and 00's like Human Traffic, Go, Requiem for a Dream (though I had seen it long before) and Trainspotting. Funny enough I don't really do drugs or am I really into the drug scene, I just like the cinematography and filming techniques in a lot of these movies.
So anyhow watched this movie. It is a generic, over edited and cheesy "drug movie" that plays it's self out as a comedy in times where it knows it can't be serious.
My neighbors son's parole officer's brother-in-law's twin sisters bookkeeper's daughter recommended it to me. At first I thought it was a comedy and I realized it had absolutely no moral value what so ever... and then I watched it again for it's rather definitive opinion of female dancers in a third world setting while ingesting stimulants so to dance longer hours and at the same time finding a better outlet for their prurient desires. I enjoyed many of the characters in the movie. I have to give Mickey Rourke's wardrobe manager high marks for the unusual and unique fashion statement made by Rourke in the movie. I was also surprised when Ron Jeremy spoke, most movies he is a lube boy.