Pink Narcissus (1971)
Amidst the sumptuous pink satin, teenage beauty Bobby Kendall falls into a deep slumber of erotic reverie, entering the glorious realm of sexual fantasy--living in a dream world of fantastic colors, magnificent music, elaborate costumes and strikingly handsome men. He imagines himself as a Roman slave chosen by the emperor, as a triumphant matador vanquishing the bull, an innocent wood nymph gamboling in the woods, a harem boy in the tent of a sheik. But reality constantly intrudes through the depraved lives of the other street people, especially the visits from the johns. His narcissism is marred by one great fear--growing old and losing his looks. … More
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Critic Reviews for Pink Narcissus
A bracing, gorgeous combination of beefcake images, artworld photography and experimental cinema that's essential for any true film fan.
In addition to its intense, lyrical eroticism and fantastic beauty, the film evokes a genuine sense of sadness for its hero who remains the proverbial bird in a gilded cage.
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