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  1. RobertS.
    Jan 26, 2005
    10
    A fascinating remembrance of a unique artist who could seemingly change sex on a whim. The stories told by Jackie's friends and colleages are priceless! Bravo to Highberger for capturing and sharing them with us.
  2. SaraA.
    Jan 22, 2005
    10
    An enchanting movie that brings back an era and shows Jackie as the gifted person he was. Highberger treats the subject with such affection--I can't wait to see his next effort.
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  1. This bright, entertaining movie focuses on Curtis, but it is also a portrait of a scene, whose survivors look back with a mixture of pride and a screwball sense of mischief.
  2. 80
    A fabulously fond and entertaining tribute to the quick-witted Lower East Side kid.
  3. Reviewed by: Ken Fox
    70
    Narrated by Lily Tomlin and featuring a bevy of in-the-know interviews, this exceptionally entertaining documentary from filmmaker Craig Highberger shines the footlights on Jackie Curtis, an Andy Warhol superstar who transcended the Factory scene and proved to be rather exceptional himself.