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29 April 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Two Virgins (1968)

** (out of 4)

This is a pretty strange short film from John Lennon and Yoko Ono that I guess you'd compare to the short films of Andy Warhol. The film starts off with Lennon and Yoko's heads being super imposed with strange visuals continuing from there. The second part of the film has them making out like they were on the cover of their album "Two Virgins" but here they have their clothes on. I haven't heard the original album this film goes to but the only sound in the movie comes from this album and I've been warned that it was a weird album and I must say this short got me interesting in listening to it, although I'm really not sure how much of it I could take since it's just various sounds. As for the film, it's not too bad but it's nothing special either. I think it's certainly a strange little movie that has a surreal nature to it and on that level it works but simply being strange isn't enough for me to say it was an entertaining film.

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