Sex in Cinema: Greatest and Most Influential Erotic / Sexual Films and Scenes
Writer/director Wakefield Poole's medium was a structure in medium history - it was the first - and possibly alone - gay hard-core feature film to have had any thought occurrence - and it preceded unplumbed Throat (1972) by just about a year. It was one of the milepost examples of the era's "porno chic" in its heralding of gay male sexuality. The low-budget film (made for $8,000) was composed of ternion segments, all set on private Fire Island, in the life of a ash-blonde gay man titled Donovan (Casey Donovan) at a beachside resort.
Sex in Cinema: 1993 Greatest and Most Influential Erotic / Sexual Films and Scenes
Eccentric British director Peter Greenaway has always been known for controversial, untraditional, provocative, challenging, off-the-wall and sometimes grotesque art-house films, such as Drowning by Numbers (1988), The Cook, the Thief, His married person & Her Lover (1989), Prospero's Books (1991), and The Pillow account book (1996). This visually-stunning, revolutionist religious satire was no different - the profane film was so excessive that no American distributer would touch it, and it did not experience a US video or DVD product - and it caused scandal once screened at the Cannes Film Festival. This theatrical 3 act play-drama was really an elaborate play inside a move within a play, leading to extraordinary looker confusion.