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The Lickerish Quartet Review


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Often touted as Metzger's best movie, The Lickerish Quartet is at the least a departure from his straight-up eroto-soft-core-porn work. Here Metzger ups the art cred of the film to a level that would make Andy Warhol blush, setting sex scenes in silence in fields and in a library where the floor is wallpapered (floorpapered?) with dictionary entries of naughty words.

The story itself is a bust: Four people in a proper British manor couple in various formations; the blonde girl they (mother, father, and son) picked up at the local fair because she looks like the girl in the sex film they like to watch. The ending doesn't quite pay off the promise of epic violence or a bizarre coupling... instead the film serves mainly as mood music for its entire running time.

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Camille 2000 Review


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Radley Metzger's updating of Dumas' Camille doesn't quite make it to 2000, but he does a pretty good job of giving us the swingin' 1969 version -- set in Euro-dubbed Rome's high society.

The story is relatively faithful to the original tale -- never mind all the sex parties and the bondage -- with Camille (Danièle Gaubert) falling for a man out of her social class, only to watch it dissolve as she sacrifices their love for his social advancement. Meanwhile, she's dying, anyway.

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Camille 2000 Review


Good
Radley Metzger's updating of Dumas' Camille doesn't quite make it to 2000, but he does a pretty good job of giving us the swingin' 1969 version -- set in Euro-dubbed Rome's high society.

The story is relatively faithful to the original tale -- never mind all the sex parties and the bondage -- with Camille (Danièle Gaubert) falling for a man out of her social class, only to watch it dissolve as she sacrifices their love for his social advancement. Meanwhile, she's dying, anyway.

Continue reading: Camille 2000 Review

The Lickerish Quartet Review


Good
Often touted as Metzger's best movie, The Lickerish Quartet is at the least a departure from his straight-up eroto-soft-core-porn work. Here Metzger ups the art cred of the film to a level that would make Andy Warhol blush, setting sex scenes in silence in fields and in a library where the floor is wallpapered (floorpapered?) with dictionary entries of naughty words.

The story itself is a bust: Four people in a proper British manor couple in various formations; the blonde girl they (mother, father, and son) picked up at the local fair because she looks like the girl in the sex film they like to watch. The ending doesn't quite pay off the promise of epic violence or a bizarre coupling... instead the film serves mainly as mood music for its entire running time.

Continue reading: The Lickerish Quartet Review

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