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Flaming Creatures


Francis Francine, Sheila Bick, Joel Markman, Mario Montez View All


Jack Smith (Director), Jack Smith (Writer) View All

Release: Apr. 29th, 1963
Runtime: 42 minutes
Filmmaker and artist Jack Smith described his own film as a ďcomedy set in a haunted movie studio.Ē Flaming Creatures begins humorously enough with several men and women, mostly of indeterminate gender, vamping it up in front of the camera and participating in a mock advertisement for an indelible, heart-shaped brand of lipstick. However, things take a dark, nightmarish turn when a transvestite chases, catches and begins molesting a woman. Soon...

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