Rare Screening Of JT Petty's S&MAN In New York, November 29th!

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Rare Screening Of JT Petty's S&MAN In New York, November 29th!
JT Petty's S&MAN stirred up a huge wave of controversy and online chatter when it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival a few years back - controversy that you'd have expected its distributors to capitalize on with a quick release.  But life isn't always that simple, the film has been held up with some licensing requirements, the release has been long delayed and appearances since that premiere have been few and far between.  But if you're in striking distance of Brooklyn, you'll have your chance on November 29th, with UnionDocs offering up a rare screening of the picture.
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Joshua ChaplinskyNovember 24, 2009 9:51 AM

Cool little flick.

Greg ChristieNovember 25, 2009 1:46 AM

One of the most memorable screenings I've ever attended. This film will fuck your mind like no other and has a tendancy to incite rage. I still can't decide if I like it but I'll definitely recommend it. It's by far one of the most horrific and disturbing things I've ever seen, but in retrospective, it's not really a horror film. It's about the power of film and manipulation and the audience's willingness to believe what they're told. Only, the film never tells you or makes it clear that's what it's actually about. It's kind of the ultimate deconstruction of fake found footage films. Maybe I'm an asshole for spoiling this, but when the audience found out during the Q & A that it was staged as an experiment to see if J.T. could trick you in believing that you've possibly just witnessed real snuff footage, people went ape shit, screaming and cursing at the director. Insane. I like J.T. a lot, but his attitude that night was kind of like "Well, I just proved you're an idiot." But I guess it takes talent and skill do that. I want to see it again just for the audience reaction.

claudeballs13November 28, 2009 12:03 AM

The S&M man!
The S&M man!
The S&M man because he mixes it with love, and makes the hurt feel good!
The hurt feel good!