Tales of Ordinary Madness Trailer

Tales of Ordinary Madness Trailer (1981)

11 September 1981 Drama, Foreign 101 mins

Poet/lecturer Charles Serking awakens from his alcoholic haze long enough to take a bus back to L.A. and plunge into an orgy of drink and sexual depravity.

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Cast

Ben Gazzara

as Charles Serking

International Titles

Storie di ordinaria follia Trailer

International Releases Dates

Italy 11 September 1981

United States 10 October 1981

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