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Mau Mau Sex Sex [DVD] [English] [2000]
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Overview

Special Features

  • A wild and hilarious collection of original exploitation film trailers
  • Special photo album of rare exploitation poster art, promotional materials, publicity and personal photographs
  • Mau Mau Sex Sex theatrical trailer
  • Hilarious Dan Sonney and David F. Friedman audio commentary
  • Director and Ted Bonnitt and writer Eddie Muller audio commentary
  • Samples of original "Mau Mau Sex Sex" hit soundtrack
  • Dan Sonney and David F. Friedman filmographies
  • Production highlights

Synopsis

Mau Mau Sex Sex
Ted Bonnitt directs this affectionate look at the lives and careers of David Friedman and Dan Sonney, two central figures of schlock movies from the 1940s through the 1960s. The film opens with the two swapping amiable barbs at one another as they ride around in the backseat of a car winding through the streets of L.A., where they shot hundreds of no-budget brilliantly-weird exploitation flicks. Sonney recounts how his father made the unlikely journey from coal miner to grandstanding law-enforcer to the producer of the 1934 movie Maniac (aka Sex Maniac). He also explains how films during this time, such as Wages of Sin maintained a pretext of "education," while in fact sensationalizing sex, violence, and a sundry other taboos. Friedman, meanwhile, discusses his career path from major studio publicist to carnival manager to producer of such lowbrow classics as Blood Feast and Space Thing. Also interviewed is film historian and exploitation flick enthusiast Frank Henelotter who muses "You have to wonder if (the films) were made on planet Earth." ~ Jonathan Crow, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    David F. Friedman
  • Frank Henenlotter
    Frank Henenlotter
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