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The Panic in Needle Park is a 1971 American film directed by Jerry Schatzberg and starring Al Pacino in his second film appearance. The screenplay was written by Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne, adapted from the book by James Mills.

The film is a stark portrayal of life among a group of heroin addicts who hang out in "Needle Park" (Sherman Square) in New York City. To set the atmosphere, no music was used in the film. The film's reality-like aura, shot with fuzzy, unfocused techniques, inspired future documentaries "Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street," "Shooting Up In San Francisco" and HBO's "The Corner," the latter investigating the plight of addicts living around West Baltimore's open-air drug markets. Panic' is believed to have been the first mainstream film to show, in graphic close-ups, actual drug injection.

* Al Pacino - Bobby
* Kitty Winn - Helen
* Alan Vint - Narcotics Detective Hotch
* Richard Bright - Hank
* Kiel Martin - Chico
* Michael McClanathan - Sonny
* Warren Finnerty - Sammy
* Marcia Jean Kurtz - Marcie
* Raúl Juliá - Marco
* Angie Ortega - Irene
* Larry Marshall - Mickey
* Paul Mace - Whitey
* Nancy MacKay - Penny
* Gil Rogers - Robins
* Joe Santos - Detective DiBono
* Paul Sorvino - Samuels
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