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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Mondo New York - trailer

Best “beating a dead horse” scene in cinematic history

Best “beating a dead horse” scene in cinematic history, but I do not seem to be able to find a clip of the scene, when Ann Magnuson literally beat a dead horse to the theme song from the “Sound of Music,” in the camp-cult delightfully repugnant movie “Mondo New York,” about the sick and disgusting dark side of New York, New York. it will be sure to creep you out.

Here is the closest I have found on YouTube:

Mondo New York – trailer

The bittersweet core of the big apple, a perversely compelling tribute to the anti-stars of the city, a circa 1980s Berlin cabaret. Mondo New York is a cult classic celebration of what makes the naked city a one of a kind metropolis. With Ann Magnuson, Lydia Lunch, Joe Coleman, Dean Johnson, and much more. First authorized DVD release of this underground classic!

Related: Documenting the Outrageous "Mondo New York" Juxtaposes The Routines Of Performance Artists With Repugnant Scenes From Real Life.

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