Summery: This is the only filmed nightclub performance of Lenny Bruce. This film has never been broadcast, anywhere. Herešs what the credits say:
Rolling Stone: "This film is an absolutely priceless document that shows Lennyšs flashing mind, the clarity of his perception, build through the film to an overwhelming final impact.
New York Times: "Bursting with an indignation that remains freshly irreverent and blackly funny".
The Los Angeles Times: "A 65-minute record of one of the most misunderstood and tragic figures in show business historywith his remarkable talent for mimicry, Bruce used a sulfurous stream of words to drive home sting social criticism, to reveal to us our frustrations, fears and prejudices.
Playboy Magazine: "Pertinent, personal, outrageous, the most poignant comedy of the decade".
Jerry Seinfeld: As reported in Time Magazine on November 4th, 2002, "It was Lenny talking about his life. He had a routine about his wife wanting to have a kid, and hešd say, "Why bring strangers into the house"? "Lenny was father of modern stand-up because of his personal style, not his politics
Length: 1 X 58
Country of Origin: United States