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Lust Weekend

Released May 01st, 1993
Running Time 68
Director Ron Sullivan
Company Something Weird Video
Cast Sean Laney, Scott Michaels, John Keeler, Eva Piatkowitz, Claire Adams, Peter McReavy, Mary LaMay, Margot Long
Critical Rating Not Yet Rated
Genre Alternative

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Something weird indeed — this is famed director Ron Sullivan aka Henri Pachard's first film. It is a trippy, rough, and bizarre exploration of S&M, with virtually no dialogue, a tinny but compelling Sixties soundtrack, and heavy portentous symbolic portrayals of discipline, coercion, torture, and group sexual dynamics.

A young couple is stalked, photographed making love, and then lured into bondage by a mysterious group led by a Dietrichesque dominatrix. The girl is stripped, whipped, taunted by a nude dancer, and tossed in a cell, where she is whipped again, while her boyfriend is chained, seduced, slapped, then brought around to whipping others himself, including his seductress, a leather boy strapped to a butcher block, and, finally, his girlfriend as she is tied to fireplace irons. Rough scenes include cigarette torture and choking the girl to unconsciousness, and, after a climactic orgy, the group drives to a rocky beach where the others lounge seminude as the young couple drown themselves. There is an unremitting fascination with the B&D, and rapid pacing after a slow beginning gives a headlong feeling. The frank sexuality and crackerjack camera work, including crane and dolly shots, and even interesting hand-held camera work (very difficult in 1967), carry the seeds of future achievement by Sullivan. A must for roughie fans.



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