Cast: George Kuchar, Donna Kerness, Stella Kuchar, Andrea Lunin
SUMMARY: A young filmmaker is working on a project, but faces disaster when his female star decides she has had enough of doing nude scenes, and walks away from the film. Later, the director finds the same actress (wearing a dress) making out in the shower with her boyfriend. As the film ends, he asks, “There’s a lot of things in life worth living for, isn’t there?”
MY TAKE: I have no idea what that was. It’s like there was only a half-assed attempt at a plot (maybe a quarter-assed attempt), which was used to cover up what seems like a soft-core porno, particularly since it was made in 1966. You don’t know who the characters are, or what their purpose is. Also, the movie was made with 16 mm film, and since there aren’t really any lines, I can’t tell if the actors have any ability. Basically, I’m pretty sure that I could make a more entertaining movie with my friends and a cell phone.
RATING: Indecipherable. Thankfully it was only 15 minutes long.