Carmen, Baby
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Carmen, Baby
Radley Metzger, one of the most interesting (and certainly the most self-consciously artistic) filmmakers to come out of the '60s sexploitation scene, directed this eye-popping updated version of the classic novel by Prosper Merimee (which was later adapted into the well-known opera by Bizet). Carmen (Uta Levka), a free-spirited young woman who sometimes earns money as a prostitute, lives a bohemian existence in a small town where most of the locals allow her to do as she pleases. Jose (Claus Ringer), a naive young man who has just been hired as the town's new police officer, arrests… More

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"an archetypal example of sweaty, acid-tinged '60s filmmaking"
‑ Christopher Null, Filmcritic.com
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