“Arrapaho” is a 1984 film directed by Ciro Ippolito, inspired by the Squallor LP of the same name issued in 1983. The Squallor team helped with the screenplay and appear in the film as actors. The title of the film (and album) is inspired by the Arapaho Indian tribe, a population dedicated mainly to trading and hunting. The film came out on 14th August 1984, in two cinemas in the whole of Italy (one in Viareggio and Ippolito personally took the film cans there, arriving three hours late).