The Double Bill: Panic in Needle Park & Bug
A-BitterSweet-Life compares Jerry Schatzberg’s The Panic in Needle Park (1971) and William Friedkin’s 2006 black comedy thriller, Bug, demonstrating that—despite their vastly different genres—both explore the corrosivity of codependent relationships through cinematic grammar.
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