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Central Bazaar (1976)

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Plot:

 

For this remarkable experimental film, the provocative avant-garde legend Stephen Dwoskin gathered together a group of strangers and filmed them as they explored their fantasies over a period of five days: a project that now sounds a little like TV''s Big Brother. The ceremonial gowns and make-up here not only evoke the eroticism of European horror movies but also highlight the film''s interplay between performance and intimacy.

The blinds were down the whole time so nobody knew if it was day or night. Food and booze was available. Dwoskin was in there too with his camera waiting for things to happen. The first week he didn''t have filmrolls in his camera. After the first week everyone was beginning to get disorientated and drunk and things started to happen. He had chosen artistic youngsters to be certain that things would eventually get out of hand. The film has some unforgettable scenes, nothing staged or expected: the seduction of the camera by one of the girls and the comforting of a boy in distress by a woman-mother are among the most intense scenes I''ve ever seen. I''ll never forget them, even 25 years after I''ve seen the movie. 100 persons started to see the movie with me but only about 20 stayed till the end. It''s not only intense but almost physically hurting.
 


 

I''ve seen this movie about a bunch of people put together in a house.The blinds were down the whole time so nobody knew if it was day or night.Food and booze was available .Dwoskin was in there too with his camera waiting for things to happen.The first week he didn''t have filmrolls in his camera.After the first week everyone was beginning to get disorientated and drunk and things started to happen. He had chosen artistic youngsters to be certain that things would eventually get out of hand.The film has some unforgettable scenes,nothing staged or expected:the seduction of the camera by one of the girls and the comforting of a boy in distress by a woman-mother are among the most intense scenes I''ve ever seen.I''ll never forget them, even 25 years after I''ve seen the movie.100 persons started to see the movie with me but only about 20 stayed till the end.It''s not only intense but almost physically hurting.


 

 

 

 


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