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A funny, raunchy film by Dusan Makavejev—a paean to the liberating power of dirt, as in both grime and smut. The setting is squeaky-clean Sweden, where an American woman (Susan Anspach) married to a stuffy businessman (Erland Josephson) falls in with a colony of Yugoslavian immigrants. It's a one-joke movie, without the depth or formal inventiveness of Makavejev's WR: Mysteries of the Organism, but the joke is good and well sustained (1981).

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