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Directed by Andy Warhol
United States, 1965
Avant-Garde, Family


Camp is in the style of a variety show, staged at the Factory, complete with the floating silver pillows. It features Gerard Malanga, dressed in a tuxedo, as the master of ceremonies.

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Camp Directed by Andy Warhol

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  • José Neves's rating of the film Camp

    "Desire" list. Jack Smith, an extraordinary individual who lived in the 60s New York counterculture, appears in this film in all his performative splendor, a contrario sense of what he usually does in his own films or with Ken Jacobs: imbued with an explosive containment, his acting is a deconstructive slowdown of nonsense. See how, and the time he takes, to go "in the closet," a seducer seduced by his persona.

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