“David Veloz made his directorial debut with this drama adapted from the autobiography
of comedy writer Jerry Stahl (Ben Stiller), whose $6000-a-week heroin habit had him
taking his infant daughter along on his drug runs and doing smack during TV script
The bizarre hallucinations of a heroin addict in withdrawal provide the basis for
this unstructured, autobiographical film by director Conrad Rooks. It begins as he
arrives in Paris for a sleep-cure. As the strange visions begin, the story jumps
haphazardly between reality and his dream-world memories.
Director: Conrad Rooks
Stars: Jean-Louis Barrault, Conrad Rooks, William S. Burroughs
Based on the experiences of Arielle Holmes — a homeless teenager with a ferocious
Jersey accent — the film stars Holmes as Harley, a fictionalized version of herself:
a heroin-hooked panhandler unable to get either the junk or her wicked boyfriend
Ilya (Caleb Landry Jones) out of her system. Locked into the relentlessly repetitive
cycle of the addict's life — the never-ending search to score, the squabbles with
dealers and fellow junkies, the violence ever ready to erupt as either farce or tragedy
— she is still driven by a strange (and surely self-destructive) desire for beauty,
the explosive moments of rapture that puncture the drabness of her existence.
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METH HEAD 
Kyle Peoples never wanted to be the man he has become in his 30s, an accountant stuck
in a dead end job, with a lover who is more successful than he and a family that
doesn't get him at all. So when a night of partying leads to a new family of friends
and fun, Kyle sees an opportunity for escape from reality. But Kyle's new friendship
with Maia and Dusty and the trio's love of crystal meth eventually cost Kyle his
job, his companion, his home and his family. Kyle's escape becomes his trap, the
party is an illusion and the crystal is slowly killing him, physically and psychologically.
When he finally bottoms out and is no longer the young man his father once boasted
about with pride, Kyle must choose: life or meth.