Liquid Sky is a 1982 American independent science fiction film directed by Slava Tsukerman and starring Anne Carlisle and Paula E. Sheppard. It debuted at the Montreal Film festival in August 1982 and was well received at several film festivals thereafter. It was produced with a budget of $500,000. It became the most successful independent film of 1983, grossing $1.7 million worldwide.
A New Wave fashion show is to be held in a crowded Manhattan nightclub. Among the models are bisexual, cocaine-addicted Margaret and her similarly cocaine-addicted nemesis Jimmy. Margaret's drug-dealing girlfriend, Adrian, is constantly hassled by Jimmy because he does not have the money to pay for more drugs.
|contentLocation||New York City|
|editor||Sharyn L. Ross|
|keywords||act bisexual bisexuality build cocaine drama teacher empire state building end endorphin even fashion show heroin manhattan new wave observation deck penthouse apartment photo shoot soap opera television producer ufo walk|
|producer||Nina V. Kerova Robert E. Field Slava Tsukerman|
|publisher||Cinevista Media Home Entertainment|
|recordedAt||New York City|
|theme||fashion independent lgbt-related lgbt-related science fiction rape|