One of the strangest of the 1960s exploitation roughies, this film from Michael Findlay and Roberta Findlay (the creators of Snuff) is half sleaze and half performance art. The poems of Pierre Lourys are read by a pair of narrators whose pretentious ramblings underscore the entire film. Our "hero" is alcoholic Jason (Kevin Sullivan) who lives in a squalid Bowery apartment and is obsessed with his neighbor Elaine (Findlay) across the alley. The narrator says Elaine's skin is "made of man's disillusionment."
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