Def a product of its times, but the 70's were great times so I'm not mad. Thin on plot but visually stunning and very creative. Fans of Marilyn Manson and Erykah Badu will notice what they both have outright taken visually from this film to propel their own work. If you're a fan of Surrealism or Guy Bourdin, you'll get a kick out of this. If you insist on a linear narrative, go elsewhere.
They don't make films like that anymore! A surrealist classic of its time. Very nice restoration as well.
we put this on while having a drink with some friends. kept it on mute while playing some music on the stereo in the background. full of great visuals, but the story was a little thin to keep interest by purely watching the movie. was great background on the big screen whilst we were having a mini party. would be good for dj to have on a projector during a gig.
Absolute rubbish, no matter what the Dendy crowd would have you believe. Somewhere between disgusting and pointless: an ongoing, disjointed collection of attempts at religious and social symbolism. Rather like a student movie where an unsupervised group of wannabes have been given unlimited access to props and costumes and then tried to make something startling and witty. The end result, while it rhymes with 'witty' is convoluted tripe of the lowest order that simply isn't worth your time, however little you care to devote to this mindless garbage.
WTF?????? is the only comment I can make about this film