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Marcia gradually figured out or believed, based on Peter’s mannerisms, voice and similarities to her deceased husband (once she witnessed how Peter took on the voice of the dead husband) that ex-husband Jeff Curtis had come back . She was disturbed to think that Peter Proud was the reincarnation of her deceased husband – and he had semi-incestuously fallen in love with his own ‘daughter.’ Peter vowed that he had decided to end his recurring Lake nightmare by going out to the lake to "get rid of that last dream once and for all."
In the film’s most talked-about and censored scene, Marcia recalled being violently raped in the Curtis cottage by her murdered adulterous ex-husband, Jeff Curtis (Tony Stephano), as she masturbated in the bathtub. She accused him of having multiple affairs – even while she was giving birth to Ann: "You brought them here to our house. You made love to them in our bed when I was having Ann in the hospital." He forced himself upon her: "You want it, don’t you, Marcia. Rape, baby, rape. I’m gonna screw you." She yelled at him ("I hate you"), and called him a "rotten, stinkin’ bastard." She asked: "Tell me, Jeff. Why did you do this to me?" He responded: "Because you bore me. You bitch. I can’t stand the sight of you." As he left her, he said he was going swimming to "wash off your stink." This was the momentous night that she murdered him on the lake.
Then, Marcia confronted Peter face to face in his hotel room – she accused him of vengefully coming back to haunt her and confront her with the murder 30 years earlier. In the sudden conclusion to the film, Peter was swimming in the lake, when the deranged Marcia emerged from the fog in a small motorboat, believing that he was the reincarnated Jeff. She asked: "Why didn’t you stay where you were, Jeff? Why did you come back? You shouldn’t have come back to torment me." She pulled a gun on him – and spoke to Peter as if he was her ex-husband.
When she turned the gun toward herself, Peter begged her not to hurt herself. He swam toward her to grab the gun, but it went off. He was killed – and his body slowly sank to the bottom of the lake. Marcia had re-enacted the night of her husband’s death 30 years earlier! The last image was a zoom-in and freeze-frame on the face of Peter, submerged under the water, as the credits rolled.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975, UK/US)
Director Jim Sharman’s cult film was an adaptation of the 1973 British musical. Upon its initial test showings, it bombed and was shelved. It didn’t really take off as a phenomenon until it was featured as a ‘midnight movie’ at Greenwich Village’s Waverly Theater on April 1, 1976.
It was a mixed genre film (science-fiction, comedy, musical, and horror), but mostly a parody of B-horror movies of the 1960s. It was a groundbreaking film for its themes of transvestism, homosexuality, bisexuality, cannibalism, voyeurism, adultery, and incest.
The film also popularized and promoted alternative sexuality, cross-dressing, promiscuity, and rebellious behavior.
Its main character was the sexually-obsessed, outlandish and openly-bisexual transvestite Dr. Frank N. Furter (Tim Curry): ("I’m just a sweet transvestite from Transsexual Transylvania"). The other two main characters were a strait-laced, All-American newlywed couple who stumbled upon his castle:
Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon) Brad Majors (Barry Bostwick)
Dr. Frank N. Furter’s androgynous sexuality was exemplified by the outrageous and suggestive dual seduction scenes of the two separated honeymooners. In a lighted tent, there were two seductions: first – a heterosexual coupling with Janet filmed in reddish light, and then a second homosexual pairing with Brad in bluish light.
Frank also re-animated a Frankenstein-esque human – an attractive new muscle-bound, blonde beefcake playmate sex toy named Rocky (Peter Hinwood).
After witnessing the advances of Frank on Brad, Janet accepted Rocky’s seduction (witnessed from a bedroom monitor) while singing "Touch-a Touch-a Touch Me" in her bra and panties – ". I’ve got an itch to scratch. I need assistance. Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me. I wanna be dirty. Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me, creature of the night."
By film’s end after using his alien technology (a Medusa Transducer), the mad Frank-N-Furter had transformed a number of the characters, including Brad, Janet, Columbia (Nell Campbell) and Rocky, into living stone statues – and singing and dancing versions of himself. All of the characters were now decadent – costumed in stiletto high-heels, fishnet stockings, boas and tight black corsets on stage, performing in a cabaret show. Then, all of them dove into a swimming pool, a la Busby Berkeley style, singing and making love to each other:
"Give yourself over to absolute pleasure. Swim the warm waters of sins of the flesh. Erotic nightmares beyond any measure. Don’t dream it. Be it. Don’t dream it. Be it. "
Salo (1975, It./Fr.) (aka 120 Days of Sodom, or Salò o Le 120 Giornate di Sodoma)
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