Injun Fender - 1972 - Color - 110 mn
Original version with French subtitles - USA
- Directed by
- Produced by
- Screenplay by
Deidi von Schaewen
- Music by
Dennis Campbell, Nancy Salmon, Warren Finnerty
Thursday 6 September 2018 - 19:15 - Showroom 300 - Presented by Robert Cordier and Deidi Von Schaewen
"I am Rosie, Rosie Catastrophe. I love Fender, and Fender loves Fudge, my sister. What's pleasant is good, what's unpleasant is bad. Fender is on the road to hell. Not to bring back Fudge, but to live there with her."
These are the first words of Injun Fender, a terrific disenchanted post-Summer of Love portrait. First banned by censorship in France, the film is a forgotten 70's classic cult movie, where utopia has given way to hard drugs, raw violence and disillusions. It's the work of Robert Cordier, a Belgian artist coming from the theater, poetry and writing before becoming a world famous actor's coach. This edition's major rediscovery !