Dir. Michael Snow (1988).
Michael Snow reinvents the road movie, fixing the camera to the muffler of a speeding car and sends us flying over the earth, while reversing the time-honored relation of figure and ground.
“Marsha’s position on Christopher Street is double-edged. A martyr of gay liberation, he is denied entrance to many bars. Andy Warhol silkscreens of Marsha sell for $1400 while Marsha walks the sidewalk outside, broke.”