For No Good Reason, documentary, rated R, Center for Contemporary Arts, 3.5 chiles
In the spring of 1970, a young British cartoonist named Ralph Steadman was in New York recording the “misery and deprivation” he found in America’s greatest city when he got a call from Scanlan’s Monthly. Would he go to Louisville, Kentucky, to pair up with journalist Hunter S. Thompson, who was writing a piece on the Kentucky Derby (“The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved”), and contribute some drawings?
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