Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls: Cult Classic Written by Roger Ebert
When Roger Ebert claimed that Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
was "pure cinema" with scenes "as exciting, terrifying and dynamic as any such sequence I can remember," he might have been slightly biased. After all, BVD
's director -- the legendary auteur Russ Meyer -- was working from a script that Ebert himself had written. But more than 30 years after its release, critics (besides Ebert) and audiences have given it an enthusiastic "thumbs up." A heady mix of sex, spoof and surreal sleaze, this cult classic both celebrates and criticizes the "swinging" culture of the '60s. The film follows a trio of fun-loving bombshells in a rock band with big-time aspirations. When an eccentric music promoter takes them under his wing, all three experience a dazzling new world of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. Now FilmOut San Diego screens this cinematic gem at the historic Birch North Park Theatre.
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The last date listed for Beyond the Valley of the Dolls was Saturday October 19, 2013 / 6:00pm.
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