Wild 90 is a 1968 experimental film directed and produced by U.S. novelist Norman Mailer, who also plays the starring role. The film is a creative collaboration based on three friends, Norman Mailer, Buzz Farbar, and Mickey Knox who were seen drinking, braying, and fighting in a run-down apartment in lower Manhattan. Pretending to be gangsters, the trio played with different props, such as pistols and machine guns. The film marks Mailer's first effort into film-making. It was filmed on a 16-millimeter camera and recorded on magnetic sound tape.
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