R | | Biography, Crime, Drama
Based on the true story of Michael Alig, a Club Kid party organizer whose life was sent spiraling down when he bragged on television about killing his drug dealer and roommate.
The talk show scene the Club Kids appear on was shot on set of The Montel Williams Show (1991), free of charge.
Think of the press.
Peter Gatien: Think of the cost! I buy you an apartment, set you up with a magazine, pay all your bills, and still you want more. It's never enough. Is it?
Michael Alig: It's a reciprocal kind of relationship. You know, Peter? Father son kind of thing.
Peter Gatien: And ...
In the "party at the burger joint" scene, one club kid is seen dancing around with a bottle of Bacardi O in his hand. Bacardi O was not around in the 80s.
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