Director: Robert Nelson
The definitive film about watermelons: they are cut, sawed, run over, used as bombs or for masturbation, appear at the UN and in toilet bowls.
Dan Drasin's free cinema-direct camera captures the confrontation between police and a group of folk singers with a directness and liveliness that is rare for documentaries in the early sixties. ... More »
This film is an attempt to speak some bitter words of truth about human beings. One might call it a philosophical grotesque or a pantomimic etude. ... More »
A film fantasy concerning the adventures of a modern girl whose passion for peaches is eventually replaced by a very different type of passion. ... More »
The film is meant as a warning against the modern dependencies of people, very often the obiects of our daily life which surround us will change their characteristics and turn on us. ... More »