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Luminous Procuress (1971)

The Procuress leads two young men through a surreal peepshow of fantastic, bizarre, androgynous, mystical, spiritual, and sexual vignettes.

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Steve Solberg ... (as Steven Solberg)
Ronald Farrell ... (as Ron Farrell)
Doro Franco
Cherel Fitzpatrick ... (as Cheryl Fitzpatrick)
Ruth Weiss
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Monica Baumgartner ... (voice)
Marie Elene ... (voice)
Mieko Hasabe ... (voice)
Pietro Maccan ... (voice)
Natasha ... (voice)
Shmuel Shenar ... (voice)
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The Procuress leads two young men through a surreal peepshow of fantastic, bizarre, androgynous, mystical, spiritual, and sexual vignettes.

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Luminous Procuress was a featured selection of the 1972 Cannes Film Festival Director's Fortnight See more »

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Featured in I Am Divine (2013) See more »

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some facts surrounding the making of LUMINOUS PROCURESS
2 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

There is much unknown surrounding the making of LUMINOUS PROCURESS. The first and most important fact is that Steven Arnold was removed from further involvement in the film once the shooting was done. The five backers of the film decided that there would be no further progress on the film with Steven unable to make editing decisions. They were anxious for the film to be finished and enlisted Victor Barberi and I to edit the film as I made the score for it. It took Victor and I about a year to accomplish this. I big problem that the backers and I immediately found was that the dialogue was useless; it was badly written, badly acted, badly recorded, with the sound of the trolley buses outside the studio mixed with the voices. I suggested replacing the dialogue with foreign voices. It took me about a year to compose the score, bringing it in piecemeal to work with Barberi to decide how and where the scenes and music would go. There will be more information on Wikipedia.

Warner Jepson 2008


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