Plays Friday, April 17 at 9:30 PM at the Michigan!
Women cry for it—men die for it! While an anti-drug crusader lectures a group of concerned citizens, the town’s innocent teens are drawn into a vice-ridden web of reefers, red-hot jazz, and the insanity they provoke. With frequent detours through frank sexual terrain, director Louis Gasnier and producer George Hirliman (who together comprised G&H productions) proved they were neither saints nor saps when it came to making movies. They brilliantly demonstrate the most basic principle of exploitation: any vice can be indulged to an excessive degree as long as it is cloaked in a wrapper of education.
1936. Cult Drama/Comedy. 67 min. PG.