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From The Head
New York City. Fall, 1995. Below the feet of Times Square tourists, down a long flight of stairs, is a world where topless dancers spin around poles and grind money out of the pockets of nameless faces. For most, it's a fantasy. For some, it's therapy. For a few, a confessional. But beyond the Main Stage, and behind the Men's Room door you'll find a different kind of performance going on - a grifter with more talent and charisma than most of the dancers. Meet Shoes, the bathroom attendant. He's been here three years. Will he stay, or will he go? All he knows, for now, is… More
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"Despite its claustrophobic setting and small-scale concerns, this low-key drama proves unexpectedly diverting."
‑ Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter
"An intriguing pop-psychology character study -- a movie of minor revelations but shrewd behavioral observations."
‑ Brent Simon, Shockya.com
"A remarkably assured debut."
‑ Chuck Wilson, L.A. Weekly
"Griffith's wry dramedy is both a character study and a personal showcase, but his fatal flaw is that Shoes just isn't as interesting as the drunks, jerks, goons and dreamers who stumble into his lair to relieve themselves."
‑ Amy Nicholson, Los Angeles Times
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