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The Films of Doris Wishman: The Moonlight Years Limited Edition AGFA Blu-Ray [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

The Films of Doris Wishman: The Moonlight Years Limited Edition AGFA Blu-Ray [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

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No one will ever make movies like Doris Wishman made movies. One of the most prolific women filmmakers in the history of American cinema, writer-director-editor Wishman created collisions between surrealism and exploitation that feel like they materialized from an alternate universe. THE FILMS OF DORIS WISHMAN: THE MOONLIGHT YEARS surveys the mid-period, gutter-noir era of Wishman’s career. From BAD GIRLS GO TO HELL (Wishman’s iconic crime epic) to INDECENT DESIRES (a horror-tinged sexploitation mindwarp), AGFA + Something Weird are honored to present these triumphant DIY treasures in sparkling new restorations.

FEATURES:
Region Free Blu-ray set
English SDH subtitles

Disc 1: BAD GIRLS GO TO HELL (1965),INDECENT DESIRES (1968), and A TASTE OF FLESH (1967)
2K restorations from the original 35mm camera negatives
A TASTE OF FLESH: Preserved from the Something Weird S-VHS master*
BAD GIRLS GO TO HELL: Commentary with filmmaker Frank Henenlotter
INDECENT DESIRES: Commentary with queer film historian Liz Purchell
Theatrical trailers
Booklet with writing from Something Weird’s Lisa Petrucci and a vintage Doris Wishman interview by author Mike Watt

Disc 2: ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER MAN (1966),MY BROTHER’S WIFE (1966), and PASSION FEVER (1969)
2K restorations from the original 35mm camera negatives
PASSION FEVER: Preserved from the Something Weird S-VHS master*
MY BROTHER’S WIFE: Commentary with Wishman biographer Michael Bowen
Theatrical trailers
“Moonlight Years” photo gallery

Disc 3: THE SEX PERILS OF PAULETTE (1965), THE HOT MONTH OF AUGUST (1966), and TOO MUCH TOO OFTEN! (1968)
2K restorations from the original 35mm camera negatives
TOO MUCH TOO OFTEN!: Preserved from the Something Weird S-VHS master*
THE SEX PERILS OF PAULETTE: Commentary with Something Weird’s Lisa Petrucci
Theatrical trailers
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