L.A. poet and writer Charles Bukowski was a lot of things. Lover, drinker, voice to the semi-defeated working class. But he was not, the performers of the film "Factotum" insist, a slob.
That's an important detail. When you're talking about a hard-drinking, womanizing writer with a serious case of world-weariness, the beauty in the man often can be found within his contradictions. more>>