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Weimar Love
28 :43  mins
Added 09/06/2015
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WEIMAR LOVE was performed before a live studio audience at Dr. Suzy’s Speakeasy on December 23, 2000, shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court declared George Bush, Junior to be President of the United States, and nine months before the infamous September 11 attacks. This shocking assault on large important icons of American power may bring to mind the mysterious Burning of the Reichstag in 1933, by a fire said to have been set by a Jewish Communist Terrorist, though later historians believe the Nazis themselves probably set it. The Burning of the Reichstag, a large important edifice of German power, provided a dramatic excuse for German Chancellor Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party to seize full control of the German government and suspend German civil liberties, quickly destroying the erotic culture of Weimar Berlin. German invasions of foreign lands, the devastations of World War II and the horror of the concentration camps followed. Though, of course, they are different stories in various ways, 9/11 seems to have created a similar opportunity for American fundamentalists to take our society into another Dark Age, where Perma-War, Big Lies, massive bombings, murder, torture, detentions and disappearances are becoming more and more commonplace, where government officials warn citizens to “watch what you say,” where the “chilling effect” of such policies may have an impact on the arts, the media, education, general culture and our erotic world for years to come. It is our hope here at BlockFilms that our documentary of a very special, very sexual night at Dr. Suzy’s Speakeasy, WEIMAR LOVE, not only stimulates our viewers to more fully enjoy pleasure, erotica, art, hot sex and history, but to resist the oppression of personal freedom, wherever it may arise.

Featuring: Lasse Braun , Mika Tan , Monique DeMoan , Murrill Maglio , Prof. Mel Gordon , Teri Weigel


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