Nick Nicolaou owns and operates a movie theatre in Queens, New York, and fights for independent theatres to stay open despite large multiplexes, legislation changes and cultural shifts. In a dialogue with director Abel Ferrara, he describes his relationship to cinema after he left his home Cyprus for the USA in the 1970s, and the current difficulties he must face to keep his business afloat.
One of the most distinctive directors and enfant terrible of American indie film entered the world of cinema with The Driller Killer and Ms. 45. His most famous films include dramas King of New York, and Bad Lieutenant, and the festival hit Mary. He's known for his explorations of inner psychology and noir atmosphere.
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