'SQUEAMISH SHOULD AVOID THE FILM'.
n Loosely based on the fascist Baader Meinhof gang of 1970s Germany, the indie film from director Bruce LaBruce features graphic scenes of homosexual sex.
n When it was screened at the Sundance film festival in January, many of the audience walked out.
n The director is renowned for producing films with deliberately bad acting and little plot mixed with strong ideological statements.
n One such statement which appears written across the screen after sex scenes is: 'Heterosexuality is the opiate of the masses.'
n One reviewer, who loved the film, wrote: 'The squeamish should avoid the film if graphic gay sex is not your cup of tea.'
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||May 14, 2004|
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