Blue in the Face B-
A freewheeling offshoot of Smoke, Blue in the Face (also 1995), co-directed by Wayne Wang and novelist Paul Auster (who scripted Smoke), is a series of improvised, scenes about Brooklyn that includes some witty Lou Reed recollections, Roseanne in her fishwife routine, an embarrassing striptease by actress Mel Gorham, and so on.
Though uneven, nostalgic and self-congratulatory, the movie exhibits some charm.
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