Tromeo & Juliet
Tromeo and Juliet is a 1996 American independent transgressive romantic comedy film and a loose adaptation of William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet from Troma Entertainment. The film was directed by Lloyd Kaufman from a screenplay by Kaufman and James Gunn, who also served as associate director.
Set in modern-day Manhattan, the film begins with the narrator (Lemmy of Motörhead) introducing two families: the Capulets and the Ques.
|author||James Gunn Lloyd Kaufman|
|contentLocation||New York City|
|director||James Gunn Lloyd Kaufman|
|keywords||abusive father alcoholic father apothecary arranged marriage benny benvolio cappy car crash count paris crossbow cunnilingus detective ernie scalus end engage father lawrence force friar lawrence hiding from the police ingrid juliet capulet lady capulet lemmy libido london arbuckle lord capulet manhattan married meat mercutio motörhead murray narrator new jersey passionately embrace penis physically prince escalus romeo montague rosaline rosie sexual intercourse tattoo parlor trap tromeo que tybalt tyrone unrequited love wound yuppie|
|producer||Lloyd Kaufman Michael Herz|