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Rated R · 102 minutes · 1972

Comedy, Drama

Heat is one of the more mainstream films produced by Andy Warhol's Factory and directed by Paul Morrissey. It is something of a send-up of Sunset Boulevard, with male beauty Joe Dallesandro in the William Holden part. In the film, Dallessandro seeks to advance his career by bedding anyone who is able to help him, from corpulent lady motel owners, to the gay boyfriend of a movie star's ex-husband. His career moves land him in bed with a fading but still-influential movie star (Sylvia Miles), and they enjoy a brief relationship. This ends, however, when Dallessandro decides that he wants to handle his career on his own.~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

Director: Paul Morrissey
Writer: John Howell and Paul Morrissey
Producer: Andy Warhol
Cast: Sylvia Miles, Joe Dallesandro, Andrea Feldman, Pat Ast and Ray Vestal

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