Cremaster 1 (1996)

Unrated   |    |  Short, Fantasy, Musical


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An experimental short film from the Cremaster series which alludes to the position of the reproductive organs during the embryonic development process.


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Director:

Matthew Barney

Writer:

Matthew Barney

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31 May 2003 | alexduffy2000
8
| Bizarre and Richly Imaginative
Matthew Barney's highly symbolic film is done as bizarre musical, taking place simultaneously in two twin Goodyear blimps and on a football field below. If you don't have patience with art films, you wont like this, but if you do, it's a strange film about fertility and birth. It features 1930's style choreography on a football field filled with female models dressed up as whirling dervishes, there are overhead shots of them make formations of vaginas, eggs being fertilized, and the fertilized egg subdividing. On the blimps is "Goodyear" (played by actress "Marti Domination") who crawls around on both blimps simultaneously(?) taking grapes and choreographing the dancers below. Sounds bizarre? It is, but at 40 minutes it's just about the right length and I didn't look at my watch once. Worth seeing if you're into this kind of arty stuff. 8 out of 10.

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Short | Fantasy | Musical

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