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Death May Be Your Santa Claus (1969)

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Presents the nihilistic visions of a young black European militant.

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(as Frankie Dymon Jr.)

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(as Frankie Dymon Jr.)
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Presents the nihilistic visions of a young black European militant.

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1960s radicalism
18 November 2007 | by See all my reviews

A rather hard movie to track down. I owned the pseudo-soundtrack by prog rock band The Second Hand for a good 15 years before I could actually find the movie. The short (50m) film consists of barely related scenes, most featuring leading man Ken Gajadhar as a radical black student, and the beautiful Donna Dolce as some sort of gypsy/nymph/spirit thing who skips and hops all over the place. Chock full of allegories -- racism, poverty, war, religion -- but the meaning of most of them flew right over my head so close to bedtime. Still, I'm happy to have seen it, and you will be too if you have a soft spot for hippy culture.


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