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7 April 1973 (France) See more »
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A soundtrack plays folk rock as a woman prepares, at noon, to take her Borzois for a walk. She goes through her dresses... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Kenneth Anger @ 85
 (From MUBI. 2 February 2012, 6:25 AM, PST)

Buñuel, "Unfinished Films," "Passione" and More
 (From MUBI. 22 June 2011, 10:51 AM, PDT)

Anthology Film Archives’ Essential Cinema Repertory Collection
 (From Underground Film Journal. 3 May 2010, 6:00 AM, PDT)

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Yvonne Marquis ... Hollywood Star (uncredited)
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Directed by
Kenneth Anger  (as Anger)
 
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Kenneth Anger  uncredited

Produced by
Kenneth Anger .... producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Jonathan Halper (1970 version)
 
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Curtis Harrington 
 
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Kenneth Anger 
 
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The film is so short because that's all Kenneth Anger could afford at the time.See more »
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Featured in Magick Lantern Cycle (2009) (V)See more »
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Leaving My Old Life Behind/I Am A HermitSee more »

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Very, very, very hard to rate..., 27 October 2009
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

The short films of Kenneth Anger are certainly NOT for the casual film goer! The best way to describe them is avant-garde--and often make little sense, as they are not meant to be shown to the masses. Some are incredibly artistic--like filmed work of art. Some are really cheaply made and definitely look it. Regardless, they are a challenge to watch and I very strongly recommend you see them with his commentary activated. So why would I see these shorts? Well, in a recent interview I noticed that John Waters credits Anger for much of his inspiration. And, since I have seen all the films of Waters that are available (a couple very early ones aren't), it seems natural I'd give Anger's films a try. This and four other reviews are best on the DVD "Films of Kenneth Anger: Volume 1".

Watching and rating PUCE MOMENT was very difficult. While it was not an unpleasant short film, it really only was a snippet--part of a longer film that either no longer exists or which wasn't completed. As such, there really isn't a coherent story, just some nicely filmed footage of a 20s-inspired actress dressing and leaving her home. While not particularly interesting on its own, Anger's commentary is interesting--especially regarding what happened to this actress later in life.

Overall, not a bad film but too short and disjoint.

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