Tales of Ordinary Madness 1999 Horror Movie Review
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Charles Serking, loosely based on the infamous poet Charles Bukowski, rejects a conventional lifestyle to journey through the underbelly of Los Angeles in “Tales of Ordinary Madness.” He indulges an insatiable appetite for sex and booze in what the Hollywood Reporter calls “a cinematic walk on the wild side.” Directed by Marco Ferreri, this 1981 film won four Italian Academy Awards and the San Sebastian Film Festival Grand Prize. Compelling, sometimes shocking, and explicit.
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