A Very Difffernt "Book of Revelation" on Film
Posted on March 31, 2008
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The Book of Revelation (118 mins, 18) Directed by Ana Kokkinos; starring Tom Long, Greta Scacchi
Ana Kokkinos’s 1998 Head On was the depressing story of a gay Greek-Australian drug addict in Melbourne who refuses to study or get a job and devotes his life to random sex with strangers between hefty intakes of heroin, coke, hash and booze. Her next big film, The Book of Revelation, a rather more interesting work, is also set in Melbourne, but higher up the social scale. Its handsome hero, Daniel, a gifted dancer for a fashionable modern ballet company, goes out one afternoon to buy a packet of cigarettes for his girlfriend and comes back two weeks later, incapable of telling anyone what happened. It transpires that he was abducted by three beautiful masked women, who chained him up in a deserted warehouse, sexually humiliated him then dumped him on waste ground.
See The Book of Revelation
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