These films may contain strong profanity, graphic sexuality, nudity, strong violence, horror, gore, and strong drug use. Sound: Mono Production Co: West End Films Duration mins : 87 Country: United States Duration feet : not available Duration reels : not available. The film while noticeably dated , is practically an act of radicalism in itself as DeNiro boyishly tries to seduce his neighbors while simultaneously filming the act from his apartment to turn it into a work of explosive pornography. It is in this flat that he begins to film, 'Peeping Tom' style, the people in the apartment across the street. After serving in Vietnam, veteran Jon Rubin Robert De Niro arrives in New York City and approaches sleazy producer Joe Banner Allen Garfield about directing a pornographic film. This site allows you to watch movies and tv series without registration.
If you feel that any content on our site in any way infringe your rights as copyrighter do not hesitate and let us know about your problem. The content files usually are stored on external sites. During the performance's filming by National Intellectual Television Journal, the actors appear in whiteface and blacken the countenances of their Caucasian audience. After marrying Judy, Rubin finds a job as an insurance salesman. Writing Charles Hirsch Story Directing Brian De Palma Director Writing Brian De Palma Screenplay Production Charles Hirsch Producer Writing Brian De Palma Story Sound Eric Kaz Original Music Composer Camera Robert Elfstrom Director of Photography Editing Paul Hirsch Editor Production Joan Rosenfelt Casting Art Pete Bocour Art Direction Production William Daley Production Manager Production William Medsker Unit Manager.
His obsession with making films leads him to fall in with a radical 'Black Power' group, which in turn leads him to carry out a bizarre act of urban terrorism! Before started making schlock but arty! His obsession with making films leads him to fall in with a radical 'Black Power' group, which in turn leads him to carry out a bizarre act of urban terrorism. His obsession with making films leads him to fall in with a radical 'Black Power' group, which in turn leads him to carry out a bizarre act of urban terrorism! Meanwhile, Jon is also tryiing to make a sort of amateur porn movie by peeping through the windows across the way, figuring this is his next calling in life. Facts and Figures Starring: as Jon Rubin, as Judy Bishop, as Joe Banner, as Superintendent, Lara Parker as Jeannie Mitchell, Abraham Goren as Pervert, Bruce Price as Jimmy Mitchell, Ricky Parker as Ricky Mitchell, Andy Parker as Andy Mitchell, as Uncle Tom Wood, as Gerrit Wood, Nelson Peltz as Playboy, Robbie Heywood as Roommate, Leslie Bornstein as Roommate. Auditioning for the revue Be Black, Baby! It is in this flat that he begins to film, 'Peeping Tom' style, the people in the apartment across the street. Supposedly a sequel to De Palma's Greetings never seen it , here we have as Jon, a Vietnam vet who moves into a hovel of a tenement in New York City, where a trio of interconnected stories begin to play out, all involving Jon's love of his little film camera. During their lovemaking, however, the camera tilts and fails to catch the precious moment, thereby ending Rubin's career as a photographer. For his part, De Niro gets his job done admirably, with shades of the Taxi Driver to come.
We do not check the links and have no influence on videos that are hidden behind the streaming link. The film is interesting if for nothing else, because one gets to witness DePalma and DeNiro stylistically severed from their current work. First, he becomes infatuated with the building across the street, in particular one of the women there. But fans of his unique method might find this an interesting and instructive early film in De Niro's oeuvre. Watch movies online for free on StreamM4u and M4ufree! Soon, he falls in with a group of militant black activists as he struggles to find meaning in his increasingly unsatisfying life. And finally, he transforms himself once again into a guerrilla revolutionary, bombing Laundromats and disguising himself as a bourgeois salesman.
It is in this flat that he begins to film, 'Peeping Tom' style, the people in the apartment across the street. It's not a serious role, but it's not a serious movie, anyway. This plays into the love affair when he trains the camera on his new girlfriend's window, then pays her a romantic visit. The second bizarre hippy satire from a young Brian DePalma the first being Greetings , and featuring a remarkably spontaneous Robert DeNiro as a young Viet Nam vet new in the city and looking for work. However, the film seems to try to satirize everything in our society, when in fact it comes across as though it has satirized nothing.
Rubin returns to New York and rents a rundown flat in Greenwhich Village. He also begins shooting footage of the residents of an apartment building on the other side of the street. They are repulsed by the bourgeois husband, who sprays them with machine gun fire. Among his subjects are a playboy, revolutionary Gerrit Wood, a middle class couple with two children, and a trio of single girls, including Judy Bishop, whom Rubin decides to seduce. As the liberal audience expresses its approval to newsmen, the blacks, led by Wood, raid the high rise.
Setting his site on her bedroom window, he proceeds to her apartment, where they begin to have sex. . This final section is probably the most enjoyable and improvised, though it contains none of the creativity of the first section. His obsession with making films leads him to fall in with a radical 'Black Power' group, which in turn leads him to carry out a bizarre act of urban terrorism. De Niro plays Vietnam Vet. Vietnam vet Jon Rubin returns to New York and rents a rundown flat in Greenwich Village.
Rubin becomes obsessed with his beautiful neighbor, Judy Bishop Jennifer Salt. It is in this flat that he begins to film, 'Peeping Tom' style, the people in the apartment across the street. Jon hatches a plan to woo her, which he carefully orchestrates like an actor reading from a script. Employed by pornographic filmmaker Joe Banner, Vietnam veteran Jon Rubin rents a room in New York's Lower East Side and trains his lens on the bedroom windows of a high rise. DePalma is clever here; he manages to transform the neighboring windows into fixed frames reminiscent of Hitchcock's Rear Window. Interviewed by a news commentator before the devastated building, the veteran decries violence.
The cast then subjects the spectators to physical and verbal abuse. When this doesn't work out, Jon falls in with a black power group or at least a satire of one , and is recruited into a bizarre urban terrorism plot, most of which is shown to us in black and white through the real-time lens of Jon's camera. . . .
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