1961-1970Amos Vogel: Film as a Subversive ArtExperimentalQueer Cinema(s)Short FilmSteven ArnoldUSA

Steven Arnold – The Liberation of Mannique Mechanique (1967)

Loosely based on William A. Seiter’s 1948 film One Touch of Venus, Steven Arnold’s first film is a macabre, decadent work presenting mannequins and models that travel through strange universes.

From Amos Vogel’s Film as a Subversive Art:
A haunting, genuinely decadent work about mannequins that may be real and girls that may be models, journeying through strange universes towards possible self-discovery. An exorbitant, perverse sensibility informs the ambiguous images and events.

264MB | 14m 43s | 706×529 | mkv



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