By Susan Chumsky
Updated April 01, 1994 at 05:00 AM EST
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Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll

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The most sympathetic of the 10 characters Eric Bogosian assumes in Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, his 1990 Off Broadway one-man show, is a pathetic motormouth homeless man with Ratso Rizzo overtones. The rest are beyond quirky and usually downright hateful: a homicidal rapper, a cutthroat radio exec who wields his cordless phone like a weapon. Bogosian is a canny, chameleonic actor but a misanthropic writer. This video adaptation only intensifies the problem, cropping much of the sparse, neutral stage and magnifying the scum. B-

Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll

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  • Movie
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  • R
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  • John McNaughton

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