Andy Warhol’s Trash (1970) was directed & written by Paul Morrissey and stars Joe Dallesandro, Holly Woodlawn, & Jane Forth.
With a budget of under $30,000 the story follows Joe (Dallesandro) Smith throughout the course of a day as he tries to score more heroin and along the way gets involved in several weird scenes. Graphic depictions of sex, shooting up, and full frontal nudity from both sexes were pretty hardcore for 1970 movie goers. The movie exists in a dimension that’s closely adjacent to John Waters early films.
«Gene Siskel of the Chicago Tribune gave the film three stars out of four and wrote, "The Warhol-Morrissey world is a strange one, but in many ways, especially if taken in infrequent doses, a far more real world than the formula Hollywood drama or comedy. The actors are solidly in touch with their madness and can improvise with wit."»