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DYN AMO concentrates on the performances of various female strippers, while men lurk around in the background watching them from various positions. The men in the film are not alone in watching the strippers, as they have the company of the viewer joining in as an additional voyeur of the women dancing. The idea of structuralism and minimal cinema is to push the patience and introduce to the viewer a new way of looking at things, ie; Andy Warhols SLEEP. Through cutting and the camera work Dwoskins separates himself from other minimalist filmmakers, as this film is constantly moving with the soundtrack negating the films speed. The soundtrack changes accordingly to the strippers dance technique, while the men look unemotionally on. The films pacing changes and becomes more hectic with the introduction of the male viewers interactivity with the strippers. The girl is emotionless and expressionless as the men seem to be visually raping her.
Definitly one for those of the avant-garde.
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