Jeff's Reviews

Thoughts on every movie I've ever seen.

Die Jungfrauen Maschine (1988)

Directed by Monika Treut

Starring Ina Blum, Marcelo Uriona, Gad Klein, Peter Kern

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Expressionistic lighting. In fact, much of the film’s style is Expressionistic, and it’s really neat seeing that style with a contemporary American setting. Interesting seeing a foreigner getting accustomed to America through her eyes. What the hell kind of hotel was she staying in?

I liked her look. Good actress. Seemed like she was out of the 20’s. Part of it was her eye make-up, but I think part of it was the look in her eyes and her demeanor. Some atrocious American acting. Susie, the dildo expert, was really funny. The wannabe-guy dancer was pretty funny. Some pretty intense lesbian love.

The cheesy 80’s music sounded like Nintendo music a few times, but I heard a few chords from The Professional in there somewhere. I caught that U2 album painting of a woman holding a baby over her head.

No love in America. Refreshing to see a film admit it.

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