- Director: Paul Morrissey
- Writer: Paul Morrissey
- Producer: Jed Johnson; Paul Morrissey
Andy Warhol presents...drag queen feminism.
Isn't it about time that everyone in the (art) world admits that the Warhol / Morrissey movie-making-thing was CRAP?
And, this is no exception, ooooh let's court controversy, drag queens, swear words and male genitalia abound...unfortunately, the talent does not.
97 minutes of malignant migraine-inducing mayhem - guaranteed.
An award should go to those that watch this through to the end.
This film is a satire of the women's liberation movement, staring a trio of female impersonators. Candy is an aloof heiress caught in an unhappy relationship with her brother. Jackie is a virginal intellectual who believes women are oppressed in contemporary American society. And Holly is a nymphomaniac who has come to loathe men, despite her attraction to them. Together, they join a militant feminist group, P.I.G. (Politically Involved Girls), but their newfound liberation doesn't make them any happier.