Slaves of New York


2h 5m 1989

Brief Synopsis

A trendy hat designer and her chic graffiti artist boyfriend live and love in Manhattan's East Village.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
TriStar Pictures
Location
New York City, New York, USA; New Jersey, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 5m

Synopsis

A trendy hat designer and her chic graffiti artist boyfriend live and love in Manhattan's East Village.

Crew

Harry Akst

Song

Aaron Anawalt

Production Assistant

Denise Andrea

Wardrobe Supervisor

Robert M Andres

Key Grip

Deborah Bacquel

Production Auditor

Eric Beamon

Other

Mike Bidlok

Art Department

E Winifred Borg

Art Department

David Bowie

Song

Terry Brogan

Production Assistant

J. C. Brotherhood

Special Effects

Otie Brown

Dga Trainee

Robin Brown

Assistant Camera Operator

Diana Burton

Production Assistant

Michael Butler

Song

Michael Butler

Song Performer

Marilyn Carbone

Makeup

Johann Carlo

Song Performer

Johann Carlo

Song

Jerry Chalem

Art Department

Randi Chalfin

Art Department

Neneh Cherry

Song Performer

Neneh Cherry

Song

Frederic Chichin

Song

Judy Claman

Casting

Grant Clarke

Song

Kevin Clarke

Art Department

Randy Coleman

Adr Editor

Tricia Collins

Art Assistant

Matthew Corey

Production Assistant

Allan Dias

Song

Lee Dichter

Sound

Richard Dobbs

Dolly Grip

Tyrone Downie

Song

Amy Downs

Other

Lamont Dozier

Song

Sly Dunbar

Song

Tony Dunne

Construction Coordinator

Ann Edgeworth

Props

Lu Edmonds

Song

Tamer El-shaks

Production Assistant

William Farber

Electrician

Howard Feuer

Casting

Jeff Fortgang

Song

David Fox

Production Assistant

Stash Josh Franklin

Art Department

Chris Frantz

Song

Tom Freeman

Production Assistant

Vincent Fremont

Associate Producer

Keith Gardner

Boom Operator

Peter Gelfman

On-Set Dresser

Steven Gerard

Production Assistant

Michelle Gorchow

Production Assistant

Granville Greene

Production Assistant

Natasha Grenfell

Production Assistant

Paris Grey

Song

David Gropman

Production Designer

David Grossack

Production Assistant

Stephen Hague

Song

Sandy Hamilton

Property Master

Barbara J Hause

Wardrobe Supervisor

Ricard Hawley

Assistant Director

Brent Haywood

Construction

Gary J Hendler

Producer

Dennis Herring

Song

Patricia Doherty Hess

Location Manager

Billie Holiday

Song Performer

Brian Holland

Song

Edward Hollard

Song

Roy Holman

Song

Fred Hughes

Associate Producer

Jennifer Ingram

On-Set Dresser

Noga Isackson

Production Assistant

Carolyn Jacobs

Script Supervisor

Tama Janowitz

Screenplay

Tama Janowitz

Other

George Jones

Song Performer

Mary Kane

Production Manager

Patrick Kennedy

Other

Mckinley Kirby

Makeup

Mckinley Kirby

Hair

Steve Kirshoff

Special Effects

Erich Wolfgang Korngold

Music

Stuart Krisel

Art Department

Adam Kurtzman

Art Department

Ken Kushnick

Sound

John Lamka

Art Department

Maria Leal

Production Assistant

Linsey Lee

Production Assistant

Joe Leeway

Song Performer

Joe Leeway

Song

William Lehne

Construction

Paul Levitt

Art Department

Willie Lindo

Song

Arto Lindsay

Song

Timothy Lonsdale

Assistant Director

Margot Lulick

Location Assistant

John Lydon

Song

Scott Macdonald

Production Assistant

Andrew Marcus

Associate Editor

Ziggy Marley

Song Performer

Ziggy Marley

Song

Kate Mcdonald

Assistant Editor

John Mcelwain

Dolly Grip

John Mcgeogh

Song

Cameron Mcvey

Song

Ismail Merchant

Producer

M. Ross Michaels

Production Auditor

Richard Milazzo

Art Assistant

Tambi Mincer

Production Coordinator

Anne Moore

Other

Jamie Morgan

Song

T P Moynihan

Art Department

Vlad Naslas

Song

Carol Nast

Set Decorator

Joseph Nechvatal

Art Department

Phil Neilson

Stunt Coordinator

Tom Nelson

Sound

Barbara Nitke

Photography

David Passick

Sound

Tony Pierce-roberts

Director Of Photography

Iggy Pop

Song

Iggy Pop

Song Performer

Maxi Priest

Song Performer

John Ralbovsky

Scenic Artist

Phil Ramacon

Song

Carol Ramsey

Costume Designer

Milo Reice

Other

Thomas Reilly

Other

Brent Richardson

Other

George Richey

Song

Catherine Ringier

Song

Richard Robbins

Music

Marc Rogers

Gaffer

Stephen Romano

Assistant

Donald Rosenfeld

Production Assistant

Diana Ross

Song Performer

Matthew H Rowland

Production Assistant

Varcra Russal

Wardrobe Assistant

Kathy Ruttenberg

Art Department

Dan Sable

Sound Editor

Lynn Sable

Sound Editor

Hunt B Sales

Song

Tony Sales

Song

Mark Saunders

Song

Kevin Saunderson

Song

Karen Schultz

Art Director

Robbie Shakespeare

Song

Jamie Shapiro

Production Assistant

Russell Sharon

Art Department

Mary Sheldon

Wardrobe

Tim Simenon

Song

Bruce Smith

Song

Hunt Solnem

Art Department

Anthony Sorrentino

Hairdresser

Mark Spencer

Art Department

Stephen Spodek

Production Assistant

Stephen Sprouse

Wardrobe

The Supremes

Song Performer

Carmol Taylor

Song

Richard Torchia

Art Department

Philip Tsiaras

Other

Jeff Tufano

Assistant Camera Operator

Honey Twigg

Makeup

James Tyler

Art Department

Camper Van Beethoven

Song

Camper Van Beethoven

Song Performer

Tony Visconti

Song

Matt Vogel

Special Effects

Deborah Wallach

Adr Editor

Joel Warren

Photography

David Was

Song Performer

David Was

Song

Don Was

Song

Don Was

Song Performer

Katherine Wenning

Editor

Tina Weymouth

Song

Tony Wieliczko

Production Assistant

Scott Willans

Electrician

Norris Wilson

Song

Robin Winters

Art Department

Dan Witz

Art Department

Nina Yankowitz

Art Department

Halstead York

Production Assistant

Victor Zolfo

On-Set Dresser

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
TriStar Pictures
Location
New York City, New York, USA; New Jersey, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 5m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States April 25, 1989

Released in United States August 1989

Released in United States June 22, 1990

Released in United States March 24, 1989

Released in United States March 31, 1989

Released in United States on Video September 28, 1989

Released in United States Spring March 17, 1989

Wide Release in United States May 1989

Shown at Edinburgh Festival August 12-27, 1989.

Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 25, 1989.

Feature film debut for writer Tama Janowitz.

Began shooting April 4, 1988.

Completed shooting June 15, 1988.

Released in United States Spring March 17, 1989

Released in United States March 24, 1989 (Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Chicago)

Released in United States March 31, 1989

Released in United States April 25, 1989 (Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 25, 1989.)

Wide Release in United States May 1989

Released in United States June 22, 1990 (Shown as part of the series "The Films of Merchant Ivory" Los Angeles, June 22, 1990.)

Released in United States August 1989 (Shown at Edinburgh Festival August 12-27, 1989.)

Released in United States on Video September 28, 1989