Filmed in 1971, but not released until 2000. See more »
Great short movie and fitting memorial to Donald Cammell
Lost for nearly 30 years, this short film directed by Donald Cammell is funny, allegorical, existential, but above all cinematic. It is stunningly photographed in spectacular Utah desert scenery - possibly in or around Bryce Canyon - where some rock formations are phallic and others are breast shaped; and the two characters, the scantily clad Ayesha the Witch and over-dressed Nonus the director conduct a shouted discussion on the meaning of life, sexual roles, and film making! It is perhaps a fitting epitaph to the up and down life and career of Cammell. It is to be found as one of the additional features on the Tartan DVD of "Donald Cammell's Wild Side".
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