Subtitled “Eros in Psyche” and set to a composition by Tomaso Albinoni, Lawrence Jordan’s rapturous live action short contemplates two nude figures in California idyll. They remain physically separated but Jordan’s spellbinding cutting and tactile camerawork suggest a loosening of inhibition. Parisian fountains and classical statues signal the deep cultural bedrock for the filmmaker’s ostensibly freewheeling portraiture.
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Captivating imagery. Pleasant soundtrack.
really nerve wracking
classic fredom,well done
ARTSY AND DATED, POOR EDITING
2 hippies, having seen a phallic water fountain, fantasize about getting naked in a park in California. One dreams of cleaning herself, the other dreams of altering his perception of reality with a pipe. The end.
I like that they remained 2 separate people happy in their lives alone, for the time being, with no plot required. Beautiful forms, though I'd like to see more of his to equal it out.
Beautiful movie, beautiful woman, beautiful music
The most stupid film I've ever watched