Private Parts

  • 1972
  • Movie
  • R
  • Comedy

A bizarre black comedy from Paul Bartel (EATING RAOUL) about a young runaway who turns her back on "nice" boy Livingston (Chip from TV's "My Three Sons") and instead gets involved with Ventantonio, a voyeuristic photographer who lives in a hotel owned by the runaway's aunt. The wacky collection of boarders there includes a strange fellow named Reverend...read more

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A bizarre black comedy from Paul Bartel (EATING RAOUL) about a young runaway who turns her back on "nice" boy Livingston (Chip from TV's "My Three Sons") and instead gets involved with Ventantonio, a voyeuristic photographer who lives in a hotel owned by the runaway's aunt. The wacky

collection of boarders there includes a strange fellow named Reverend Moon, who has a fondness for muscular men, and of course Ventantonio, who's having an affair with a sex doll that's filled with water and blood. This strange picture, quietly released by MGM under the guise of Premier

Productions, is a definite candidate for cult movie status. This was Bartel's first full-length feature.

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  • Released: 1972
  • Rating: R
  • Review: A bizarre black comedy from Paul Bartel (EATING RAOUL) about a young runaway who turns her back on "nice" boy Livingston (Chip from TV's "My Three Sons") and instead gets involved with Ventantonio, a voyeuristic photographer who lives in a hotel owned by t… (more)

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