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QUOTE It was the late 70’s and everybody was in the middle of it. Of the recession, of the mile long runs at the station, the hostage crisis in Iran. When I look back at it now, it’s amazing I can remember any of it. It fells like snap shots from someone else’s life, all connected by one man. A guy named Steve Rubell had a dream; to throw the best damn party the world had ever seen and to make it last forever. He built a dream where fantasy was offered up as reality, where an 80 year old disco queen could play ‘till dawn, where models mingled with mechanics, plumbers danced with princes. It was a place where all labels were left behind. A place where there were no rules. In 1979 I was 19 years old and I had nothing. Know, my dad would say I had more than he did at my age, but you know what? To me, filling gas tanks at a Jersey City Station, going to the same dingy bar with the same guys, trying to pick up the same chicks was not tons of fun. I knew the real escape was right across the river. But I didn’t even have a car. Even though New York was three miles away, it seemed like another world. I’d been there before with my mom. She did makeup for this television show and took me to work a few times. It was incredible. Everyone wanted to be around the stars. My mother always told me I could be anything I wanted to be and I believed her. Mom died when I was 12. This was dad. His idea of a good time was Countershafts and a Jack Benny special on the tube. I had to break out. I knew I had to make a change
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MOVIE TITLE 54 - 1998