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ANDY WARHOL’S CONTROVERSIAL FILM “FLESH: THE FILM THEY TIRED TO BAN. 1970.

£175.00

London: Open Space Theatre, n.d. (1970)
33 x 20cm, 2pp printed black on yellow. Promotional poster/leaflet for the controversial “reopening” of Warhol’s (actually Morrissey’s) film of a rent boy’s day after UK police took the usual knee-jerk reaction to the title and raided early showings. Various press clippings of the more considered reviews are reprinted verso and recto an image of more press headlines with a photograph of Joe D’Alessandro playing with a baby (as he does in the film during one tender and emotive scene amidst the ennui of his otherwise unremarkable day). One central fold horizontal but otherwise very good+

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