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Cremaster 1 (1996)

An experimental short film from the Cremaster series which alludes to the position of the reproductive organs during the embryonic development process.

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Matthew Barney

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Matthew Barney
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Marti Domination Marti Domination ... Goodyear
Gemma Bourdon Smith Gemma Bourdon Smith ... Goodyear Hostess in the Green Lounge
Kathleen Crepeau Kathleen Crepeau ... Goodyear Hostess in the Green Lounge
Nina Kotov Nina Kotov ... Goodyear Hostess in the Green Lounge
Jessica Sherwood Jessica Sherwood ... Goodyear Hostess in the Green Lounge / Goodyear Chorus Girl
Tanyth Berkeley Tanyth Berkeley ... Goodyear Hostess in the Red Lounge
Miranda Brooks Miranda Brooks ... Goodyear Hostess in the Red Lounge
Kari McKahan Kari McKahan ... Goodyear Hostess in the Red Lounge
Catherine Mulchahy Catherine Mulchahy ... Goodyear Hostess in the Red Lounge
Brooke Albus Brooke Albus ... Goodyear Chorus Girl
Sara Bearce Sara Bearce ... Goodyear Chorus Girl
Celeste Bolin Celeste Bolin ... Goodyear Chorus Girl
Amanda Byram Amanda Byram ... Goodyear Chorus Girl
Holly Carlock Holly Carlock ... Goodyear Chorus Girl
Erin Caskey Erin Caskey ... Goodyear Chorus Girl
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An experimental short film from the Cremaster series which alludes to the position of the reproductive organs during the embryonic development process.

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Short | Fantasy | Musical

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Official Sites:

The Cremaster Cycle

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 July 2005 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Кремастер See more »

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$8,778
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Mono

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Color
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The emperor's new cremaster
15 December 2013 | by JohnFilmfreakSee all my reviews

This is not art. This is not film. This is nothing. A whole lot of nothing. 40 minutes of nothing. It's all a big joke from a screwy artist, who apparently wants to see how much he can get away with. And the only redeeming factor is that a lot of people apparently buys into the hilarious idea that this is anything more than nothing. Anyone who's fooled into wasting their time on this garbage is a sucker, and the only one laughing is the "director" Matthew Barney.

As such, it would actually be quite interesting seeing a documentary about the snobby art-societies where this is accepted as anything more than nothing. Because what value do those who value nothing actually have themselves?


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