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I, a Man 1967

I, A Man is Morrissey and Warhol's commercial take on the Swedish [film] I, A Woman. Somebody suggested to Warhol that they wanted a sexploitation film in the vein of I, A Woman, and so he and Morrissey concocted I, A Man. They created the story of this male hustler who talks with and sleeps with a series of women over the course of the film. The women are: a young woman who worries about parental acceptance of her sexuality, a woman who is on a couch, a woman with whom he does a seance, a woman who speaks French, a lesbian, and a married woman. Almost of these scenes seem to be totally improvised and just so bored. Except, the most interesting part about I, A Man is also the most interesting scene of I, A Man. The second to last woman of the movie is Valerie Solanas, who would eventually shoot Warhol […]. (cont. http://theotherfilms.blogspot.de/2013/11/i-man-1967-women-and-sex.html)


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