Orgia (1967)

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A fragment of an abandoned, long work concerning St. Teresa of Avila. A sexual orgy symbolizing the decadence of modern society.

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Willard Maas

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A fragment of an abandoned, long work concerning St. Teresa of Avila. A sexual orgy symbolizing the decadence of modern society. Maas, who acts in this film, plays the devil while a wild orgy goes on in his living-room. There is the fantastic drag queen doing her job in the bathroom while frenzied love-making, to the incomparable baroque-jazz music of Tiji Ito, is carried on in Maas's baroque apartment. The camera in bird-swift flight depicts a scene of total decadence as Andy Warhol's Jackie Kennedy careens through the air. By way of explanation: the opening scene shows the director handing out masks to the actors-the same ones used in LSD WALL by John Hawkins. The taking of LSD was part of the original script. Not to be commingled with Pasolini's play of 1968. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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USA

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