Dir. Allan Moyle (1980) In Moyle’s sociohistorical record of squalid, teeming Koch-era 42nd Street, Dalton student Trini Alvarado and butch outer-borough throwaway Robin Johnson become pals when they're both assigned to the same hospital room for treatment of neurological disorders. Breaking out of their ward, the class-discordant duo sets up house in an abandoned warehouse along the Hudson River and take a series of age-inappropriate jobs along the Deuce.
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