And although it constantly puts the audience in a very uncomfortable position, it is very effective for its lack of elegance, which makes it seem more observational than mechanized or choreographed.
They get naked, get in the bathtub and start getting down to business so to speak when Jennifer pulls out a knife that she has snuck into the bathroom and proceeds to castrate him.
It also features an extremely haunting score by pop star Maurizio Vandelli, which was only released on vinyl back in the day but is screaming out for a special edition release one of these days.
The original 1978 film has gained a large cult following.
Graduated from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Ore.
He's taught one or two classes a semester in the journalism and mass communications department at Cal State Long Beach since 2006.