Blue in the Face (1995)

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Wayne Wang's follow-up movie to Smoke (1995) presents a series of improvisational situations strung together to form a pastiche of Brooklyn's diverse ethnicity, offbeat humor, and essential... See full summary »



  • Auggie & Bob
  • Auggie & Vinnie's wife
  • Lou Reed as the man with strange glasses
  • Madonna appears as the singing telegram girl
  • Violetta & Auggie
  • Auggie & Bob

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Mel Gorham's performance of "Fever" was filmed three months after the film wrapped. At the film's wrap party, Gorham performed a rendition of "Fever" that so impressed the film's producers, they decided to add a scene with her performing the song.


Tommy: I don't eat shit. It's against my religion.
Pete: What religion is that?
Tommy: The religion of sanity, Peter. You should try it some time.
Pete: I did, but I was excommunicated.


Dot bolts the store door to talk with Auggie, then leaves without unlocking it.

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