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Basquiat

Rated R for drug use and strong language.

R 108min.
 
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Andy Warhol was a phenomenon who warrants a lot of explaining: a completely colorless mega-star celebrity, and a kind of LaBrea Tarpit for a vivid and talented collection of oddballs in the New York scene. Read More
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Jean Michel Basquiat
Rene Ricard
Benny Dalmau
Gina Cardinale
Andy Warhol
Bruno Bischofberger
Medieval Villager
The Electrician
July 31, 2011
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