The critics' fave of the Morrissey trilogy, this one tells the tragicomic tale of Holly Santiago (played with great gusto by Holly Woodlawn) and her boyfriend, Joe, an impotent junkie, as they wrestle with making their relationship work while struggling to achieve their goal of getting on Welfare. Zoned out much of the time, Joe so convincingly portrayed a dope-addict that fans wrote him at the Factory imploring him to get off the stuff. Poor Joe! Everybody in the film, boy or girl, seems to want to have sex with him...but he's just not up to it. Morrissey's anti-drug comedy continues to amaze with how sharp his non-actors are in improvising dialogue and fashioning unforgettable characters out of themselves.