The Local Stigmatic
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|The Local Stigmatic|
|Directed by||David F. Wheeler|
|Produced by||Michael Hadge|
|Screenplay by||Heathcote Williams|
|Based on||The Local Stigmatic|
by Heathcote Williams
|Music by||Howard Shore|
|Edited by||Norman Hollyn|
|19 September 1990|
The Local Stigmatic is a film directed by David Wheeler and produced by and starring Al Pacino. It was filmed and edited during the late 1980s. It had a showing at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in March 1990, but was never released theatrically. It was released on DVD as part of "The Al Pacino Box Set" in June 2007. The film is 56 minutes long.
It follows the story of two British friends who spend their time walking about London discussing dog track racing.
The Local Stigmatic is based on a stage play by Heathcote Williams.
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