Studio 54 epitomized the decadent hedonism of the late 1970's. The legendary New York disco featured sex balconies, mattresses in the basement, lots of drugs, and owners who ultimately went to prison. Celebrities were were spotlighted. You could have sex with wait staff, and busboys. Co-founder Steve Rubell frequently cherry picked who was allowed entrance. Trans gender people were welcomed with open arms. The 1998 film, "54" starring Neve Campbell, Selma Hayek, and Mike Myers, portrayed a picture of decadent, perverse, sometimes self destructive behavior on the part of patrons, ownership, and staff alike. There was a large decoration hanging from the ceiling of a coke spoon, stylized into a half moon. A new documentary about the legendary night spot has just been released. Watch the trailer here...