Hi Mom! (1970)

Original Title : Hi, Mom!
Director : Brian De Palma
Writer : Brian De Palma
Charles Hirsch
Genre : Comedy
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Charles Hirsch
Music : Eric Kaz
Photography : Robert Elfstrom
Distributor : Sigma III Corp.
IMDB ID : 0065836
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poster for "Hi Mom!" by Brian De Palma (1970)
Hi Mom! (1970) - Brian De Palma


Charles Durning Superintendant (as Charles Durnham
Robert De Niro Jon Rubin
Allen Garfield Joe Banner
Abraham Goren Pervert in Theater
Lara Parker Jeannie Mitchell
Bruce Price Jimmy Mitchell
Ricky Parker Ricky Mitchell
Andy Parker Andy Mitchell
Jennifer Salt Judy Bishop
Robbie Heywood Roommate
Leslie Bornstein Roommate
Paul Bartel Uncle Tom Wood
Gerrit Graham Gerrit Wood
Nelson Peltz The Playboy
Delia Abrams Date
Tofer Delaney Date
Margaret Pine Date
Hector Valentin Lino Jr. NIT Journal Revolutionary
Carole Leverett NIT Journal Revolutionary
Ruth Bocour NIT Journal
Bart DePalma NIT Journal
Arthur Bierman NIT Journal
Tina Hirsch NIT Journal
Buddy Butler 'Be Black Baby' Troupe
David Connell 'Be Black Baby' Troupe
Carolyn Craven 'Be Black Baby' Troupe
Milton Earl Forrest 'Be Black Baby' Troupe
Joyce Griffin 'Be Black Baby' Troupe
Kirk Kirksey 'Be Black Baby' Troupe
Rutanya Alda 'Be Black Baby' Audience (as Ruth Alda
Beth Bowden 'Be Black Baby' Audience
Gene Elman 'Be Black Baby' Audience
Joe Fields 'Be Black Baby' Audience
Paul Milvy 'Be Black Baby' Audience
Joe Stillman 'Be Black Baby' Audience
Carol Vogel 'Be Black Baby' Audience
Peter Maloney Pharmacist
William Daley Co-op Neighbor
Floyd L. Peterson John Winnicove
Paul Hirsch Avery Gunnz
Joseph King Dr. Joe King
Wendell Craig 'Straight' family With machine gun! (uncredited
Bill Daly Neighbor (uncredited


Vietnam vet John Rubin returns to New York and rents a rundown flat in Greenwhich Village. It is in this flat that he begins to film, 'Peeping Tom' style, the people in the apartment across the street. His obsession with making films leads him to fall in with a radical 'Black Power' group, which in turn leads him to carry out a bizarre act of urban terrorism!


Yo Mom! You Talkin' To Me?, 5 June 2003 Author: Daniel Vargas (BritishGangsterTimRoth) from Sâ,o Paulo, Brazil Lurking beneath the humor of director Brian De Palma's irreverent breakthrough comedy is the politically charged suggestion that, in an already hyped-up environment, Vietnam vets may not be so easily re-assimilated to the home front. The main character of Rubin is something of a precursor to star Robert De Niro's ultra-violent, ultra-alienated Travis Bickle in Martin Scorsese's "Taxi Driver"(1976). Independently producted , and shot for very little money on location in the Village, the film has a loose narrative structure and apt dowtown details that give it a keen feel for the counterculture milieu on which it comments. More a cult favorite than a mainstream success, the film spotlights De Palma's visual smarts and interest in media voyeurism, and De Niro's off-Kilter Rubin, retrospectively making "Hi, Mom!" a clever forerunner of the subquent '70s work of both men.The movie includes a soberb soundtrack focusing all socials problems and making fun of them.
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Hi Mom! (1970) - Brian De Palma