In 1988, South African filmmaker Cedric Sundström – whose underground short SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN… provoked global outrage and accolades – took a group of skilled actors to a disused railway warehouse in Pretoria to shoot the story of an unorthodox asylum for the sexually insane. With a semi-improvised script, a Roeg-meets-Argento style palette, and startling bursts of graphic violence and nudity, it was immediately banned by the government. It has remained virtually unseen – anywhere in the world – until now. Rufus Swart (DUST DEVIL), Adrienne Pearce (PURGATORY) and Simon Sabela (ZULU DAWN) star in this psycho-sexual shocker from the producer of STONE, now scanned uncut in 2K from the director’s own 35mm print – the only film element in existence – and featuring a career-spanning interview with Sundström.
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