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(1987)
Movie Barfly
Barbet Schroeder directed this movie in 1987
Title Barfly
Year 1987
Director Barbet Schroeder
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance
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Plot – Henry Chinaski is a talented writer but he spends all his time in a Los Angeles bar. Chinaski doesn't seem to have any moral or to believe in God. In addition to writing beautiful stories, he loves Mozart and likes to cite Tolstoy. He gets along with Wanda Wilcox, a beautiful woman and a drunkard like him. Meanwhile Tully Somerson, a rich and beautiful girl, intends to publish his works. Tully takes him in her luxurious house and spends a night with him, then she tells him she wants to give him success, but Henry refuses as he's a rebel and prefers his misery to a wealthy life. When Tully returns to look for him, Henry is spending at the bar the money he has earned with his writings.
All actors – Mickey Rourke, Faye Dunaway, Alice Krige, Jack Nance, J.C. Quinn, Frank Stallone, Sandy Martin, Roberta Bassin, Gloria LeRoy, Joe Unger, Harry Cohn, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Joe Rice, Julie 'Sunny' Pearson, Donald L. Norden, Wil Albert, Hal Shafer, Zeke Manners, Pearl Shear, Rik Colitti, Michael Collins, Ronald G. Joseph, Damon Hines, Lahmard J. Tate, Gary Carlos Cervantes, Peter Conti, Vance Colvig Jr., Stacey Pickren, Leonard Termo, Gary Cox, Fritz Feld, Albert Henderson, Sandy Rose, Madalyn Carol, George Marshall Ruge, Debby Lynn Ross, Charles Bukowski
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