SEX, LOVE & VIDEOTAPE
In 1982, the music video for Queen’s single Body Language became the first pop promo to be deemed “unsuitable” for American television audiences because of its homoerotic undertones and excessive amount of half-bared flesh.The risk of being banned did not prevent entertainers from producing more racy material in the decades to follow – quite the contrary.
Curated by Evan Romero, this pansexual anthology celebrates the wit and boldness with which music composers, performers and directors have dealt with different expressions of carnal pleasure, desire, intimacy, affection and the body over a period of 30 years.
Contains sexually explicit material and scenes some may find disturbing.
Germany | DCP | 80 min