A classic of street-realism in many ways the equal of Los Olvidados, Pixote, & The Children Are Watching Us, Harshly realistic and brilliantly Directed by Mira Nair. The viewer lives on the street with these lost children and looks into their souls. As real as it is, the cinematography is beautiful and Sandi Sissel's work should be noted. Flawless performances.
Is this the best movie about Hollywood EVER?
NO.But it's the best one that I ever Co-Directed.
Are you interested in how Drive-In movies were made in the 70's?
Are you not offended by Nudity and bad jokes?
Do you love Roger Corman movies?
Do you wish you had been there?
If your answer is YES then this IS the best movie about Hollywood EVER?Can I rate it higher than 5 Stars?