I, A Man (1967)
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Critic Reviews for I, A Man
I, a Man is not dirty, or even funny, or even anything but a very long and pointless home movie.
Audience Reviews for I, A Man
Tom Baker (a drinking buddy of Jim Morrison who reportedly stepped in after Morrison backed out of the role) has intimate, one-on-one scenes with several women whom he aims to seduce. "I, a Man" has no real plot and the scenes could be arranged in any order. The most alluri about this early Andy Warhol/Paul Morrissey collaboration is that Baker's targets include Nico at her most beautiful (her scene is frustratingly brief) and future Warhol shooter Valerie Solanas (her salty lesbian persona is a sharp contrast to the more vacant beauties appearing elsewhere).
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