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Bijou

USA, English, 77 mins

  • Director: Wakefield Poole
  • Producer: Marvin Shulman

CGiii Comment

An erotic film that is as arousing as a bromide-laced cup of cold tea...

Poole is merely a pornographer - the pretension shown here would slap the incredulity off of any cynical face.

Utter bollocks!!!


Trailer...

Entering the Erotic World from Wakefield Poole's 'Bijou' from Gorilla Factory Productions on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

Wakefield Poole's follow-up to his ground-breaking and enormously successful 1971 gay porn feature Boys in the Sand is a surreal, artsy piece of erotica. It's setting is for the most part in dark, theatrically-lit interiors, making it seem like night to the earlier film's day, moon to Sand's sun. It continues the previous work's aesthetic of cutting the images to classical and contemporary music. Generally it feels like an experimental, underground or even drugs film.

Cast & Characters

Ronnie Shark as Construction Worker;
Lydia Black;
Tom Bradford;
Peter Schneckenburger;
Michael Green;
Bill Cable;
Robert Lewis;
Rocco Passalini;
Bruce Williams

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