The Other Side of the Underneath
Directed by Jane Arden
In 1972, screenwriter/feminist/radical theater icon Jane Arden adapted her own multimedia stage production "A New Communion for Freaks, Prophets and Witches" into a nightmarish exploration of reason, chaos and her own battles with mental illness unlike anything audiences have seen before or since.
Screenwriter/feminist/radical theater icon Jane Arden adaptation her own multimedia stage production "A New Communion for Freaks, Prophets and Witches".
Cast: Sheila Allen, Jane Arden, Jack Bond, Liz Danciger, Elaine Donovan
i would give this mental break down 0 zero skulls but its not letting me. I know when they saw this excrement of a film in the theaters they wanted their money back
This movie is complete trash 🗑. Keep this insane movie in the back of a Great Britain thrift store in a VHS Box labeled hee-haw. i forced my self to watch it all the way through because chaos This is what happens when you give a open wallet budget to a person who does not know how to make a movie
all the people that haven't had the femme experience giving this one star is f*cking hilarious. Honestly, this may be tied with a few others as my favorite films I've gotten to see - it's weird asf, looks like a painting coming to life most of the time, and dang, the pendulum of manic confusion brought on by shaming that Jane depicts is ... OOF
I guess I am supposed to praise this film because it is "perfect", perfect nonsense. This was not unusual behavior pre-Prozac but to try to sell it as passive brilliance is ludicrous.