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Lyrics and Music by Elizabeth Swados
Vocals by William Parry
Piano, Synthesizer, Accoustic Guitar, Toys by Jeff Waxman
Accoustic Guitar, Harmonica by Marc Ribot
Bass by Seth Glassman
Drums by David Sawyer
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Ahead of Its Time
27 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film is a funny look at a frustrating subject, male sexism in America. The film was certainly ahead of its time in its focus on the things that have now become mainstream and profitable: the sexism inherent in most mass market videogames, the explosion of the porn business in America, and of course, 'Girls Gone Wild'. Yet the film is not just a polemic, it maintains a sense of humor and style throughout. It would be interesting to see what the directors think of how male outlooks have changed, and how they have stayed the same in the decades since the film's release. Much of the industry that was out in public during the 1980s is now hidden in the home. But have attitudes shifted significantly from those so incisively examined in the film?


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