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Italian Gothic horror that tells the tale of a man who stops at a remote castle hoping to get medical help for an injured woman, only to find the inhabitants mirror the darker sides of the woman and himself.
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A group of 8 persons are brought together for one day, continuously watched by cameras and then released in the streets of Paris, where they question sexuality, religion, gender, feminist and gay issues, with bystanders.
Claude Pérès invited an actor to make love with him. They do not know each other. They do not know whether they like each other. They do not know what will happen. They meet in a flat. They are alone. For one night. For more privacy, Claude Pérès will record images and sound. There is no contract, no obligation. They remain free to say and to do whatever they want. They can stop anytime. Written by
10 is for Marcel Schlutt who is naked throughout and utterly wonderful to behold. The film is pure Warhol in concept and really misses the mark pretty much although ultimately saved simply by the presence of Schlutt who is a chunk if there ever was one. In fact I went through my DVDs and discovered I have two other Schlutt films, Locked Up and Alex and Leo which I will be watching shortly since I am doing a mini-film festival with my best bud, something we are having an absolute blast doing. Of course, with IMDb as an instant resource at our fingertips the festival has sufficient ground to keep everything and everyone afloat. One thing my bud and I agreed on is that the title Unfaithful is never explained.
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