Reviewed by blacksnakemoan
on 11/06/2016 12:48

One of my favourite comedies. There's so much wrong in this film that it gets absolutely right - a rare example of a film at this time that wasn't afraid to be un-PC and downright offensive, that wasn't directed by John Waters. Bartel and Woronov have great chemistry and relish their lines, bouncing off each other in a wry way that is worth many repeat viewings. The supporting cast also give game performances, and not always straight-faced. Eating Raoul invites you in on the joke, and gives you a healthy reward.