|release date||February 28 2006|
|director||James H. Kay|
|writer||James H. Kay|
|starring||Katharine Houghton, Joe Dallesandro, Rita Gam, James Congdon, Anne Meacham,|
SynopsisA sinister landscaper turns into a tree and learns to communicate with his fellow plants.
Lou Reed once immortalized “Little Joe” Dallesandro’s swinging lifestyle in his biographical ode to Andy Warhol’s Factory set: Walk on the Wild Side. In that seminal track he skewed Dallesandro’s penchant for sex and his past of prostitution. Once a part of The Factory, Dallesandro made his mark as the male embodiment of sensual wanton lust in underground masterpieces like Trash, Flesh and Heat, before moving ever so slightly toward some mainstream notices in Blood for Dracula and Flesh for Frankenstein. No one at the time would have told you that Dallesandro was cast for his acting prowess or his absolute rage of emotion. Simply put, Dallesandro was cast for his looks, his body and his penchant for appearing in the raw. Indeed, Dallesandro was designed to appeal to the hetro, homo and pansexual patrons of Warhol’s weirdly androgynous world of 15-minute fame. …Read More