- Director: Temístocles López
- Writer: Temístocles López
- Producer: Temístocles López; Ken Schwenker
Be warned...they don't come much worse than this...
Think: Midnight Cowboy, Cabaret, Hamlet and Victor/Victoria mixed with Quaaludes, madness and a shoe-string budget
A cowboy arrives in the Big Apple with nothing but the cowboy clothes he stands up in...and, a trombone.
During the vicious opening song, he's mugged and then duly dumped by his girlfriend...after a mishap with some dog poop, he meets a gay casting director...his world changes! He stars in his very own cabaret!
Look...this is so bad that - in places - it's actually very funny...if your loaded with the aforementioned Quaaludes...as the director - obviously - was.
It's a difficult film to get a hold of...and, if you do manage to come across a copy in some derelict, back-street, second-hand video shop...ask yourself what you are doing in such a shop anyway?
A film for the curiously curious only.
Attractive young cowboy, new to the city meets a gay casting agent.