Invocation of My Demon Brother (1969)
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Kenneth Anger provided the bizarre images that evoke Satanism and the Occult, with an irritating moog synthesizer soundtrack provided by Mick Jagger. Admittedly it is not Jagger's best work. I'm honestly not that qualified to say whether or not it is Anger's best work. This film was an early midnight movie, and it's easy to see hippies and college kids getting high and watching this.
Loved it, though I confess the music got on my nerves after the first couple of minutes. Frigging creepy though. Plus I think I read somewhere the albino is committing suicide on camera.
I'm not sure what Anger is getting at in this film (albinos, penises, modern pagans...what?), but it's worth seeing for Mick Jagger's soundtrack, if nothing else. I saw this short on Google Video and, assuming that the soundtrack wasn't tampered with, it was startlingly ahead of its time. There is about five minutes in the middle which sounds incredibly like something Sonic Youth might have recorded 15 years later!
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