Mondo New York
A young woman wanders around New York City and stumbles across a number of strange characters and settings that represent the "underground" areas of the city. She sees stand up comedy in Central Park, a prostitution auction, a voodoo ceremony, an S&M club, and a number of very interesting performance artists. These are just a few of the sights and sounds of New York that she encounters.
- Starring: Joseph Arias and Rick Aviles
- Director(s): Harvey Keith
- Producer(s): International Harmony
- Screenwriter(s): Harvey Keith, David Silver
- Distributor: Fourth and Broadway
- Release Date: Friday, April 01, 1988
- Rating: Unacceptable
Featured Animal Action
According to AHA reports, mice and chickens were killed and an illegal cockfight occurred during the making of this docu-drama, garnering the film an Unacceptable rating from AHA. The ongoing expansion of the AHA Guidelines for the Safe Use of Animals in Filmed Media has raised the standard of care for animal actors worldwide. In addition, technological advancements have created safe alternatives to risky action, enabling filmmakers to maintain their creative vision without compromising the welfare of animal actors. AHA continues to be a vigilant watchdog for animals in film and television and acknowledges the groundbreaking history of this program while expanding and refining procedures to reflect increased knowledge and new challenges.