No Picnic (1987)

No Picnic

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A young man on the fringe of the New York music scene hangs out among the characters on the Lower East Side. Phillip Hartman wrote and directed this low-budget 16m black and white experimental film. The music is provided by Richard Hell, The Raunch Hands, and Raw Youth.

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama
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All Critics (4) | Top Critics (2)

Full Review… | August 20, 2005
New York Times
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Well shot in fat-grained monochrome 16mm (by experimental filmmaker Peter Hutton, who typically turns his lens toward expansive landscapes), No Picnic partakes of the shabby-chic downtown aesthetic that was once a New York cinematic mainstay.

Full Review… | August 16, 2005
Village Voice
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Light comedy based in New York's East Village during its pre-gentrification days.

Full Review… | August 15, 2005
Film Threat

Full Review… | January 22, 2013
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