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Mau Mau Sex Sex (2001)

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A documentary about the history of exploitation films that focuses on the careers of legendary producers David F. Friedman and Dan Sonney.



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Credited cast:
David F. Friedman ...
Dan Sonney ...
Frank Henenlotter ...
Mike Vraney ...
Carol Friedman ...
Margaret Sonney ...
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Linda Cotton ...
(archive footage)
Chet Huntley ...
Himself (archive footage)
Teddy (archive footage)
Connie Mason ...
Suzette Fremont (archive footage)
Rosa Lee Sonney ...
(archive footage)
Stacey Walker ...
Sharon Winters (archive footage)


A documentary about the history of exploitation films that focuses on the careers of legendary producers David F. Friedman and Dan Sonney.

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The film's title is derived from a statement Dan Sonney makes while discussing the film Mau-Mau (1955). See more »


References The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill (1966) See more »

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Just about as fun as it sounds.
8 October 2001 | by (Lake Elsinore, CA) – See all my reviews

This is an excellent documentary that covers the sordid history of two exploitation filmmakers. The film is not a full-blown comprehensive study of exploitation film, but concentrates on the two sextagenarian filmmakers in question. It's as much a study of these viejo's lifestyles as anything; some of the best moments (besides the salacious, hilarious film clips) are of these guys walking around their apartments, looking for thermos lids and other non sequitors.

Mau Mau also has the distinction of being one of the first films shot, edited and distributed entirely through digital mediums. One reason for this was the filmmaker's desire to maintain financial and creative control over his own work. To that end, this film is a testament to the DIY ethic of true independent film. It just happens to be a damn good time as well.

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