Minotaur

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Time Out says

In a baroque room dominated by a champagne glass-shaped bath and the giggling beauty queen in it, the Minotaur, a balding, overweight, burnt-out '50s entertainer (Elvis with shades of John Belushi?), injects and ingests an insane cocktail of drugs and drink. The expensive camp setting points up the tawdriness of his behaviour, but his raw hysteria and explosive violence are punctuated by quieter reminiscences of his heyday and childhood. Stunningly designed, fluidly filmed and boldly acted, this provocative meditation on celebrity is both terrifying and exhilarating.
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Release details

UK release:

1993

Duration:

55 mins

Cast and crew

Production Designer:

Michael Krantz, Martha Rutan Fay

Screenwriter:

Dan McCormack

Producer:

Shelley Strong, Kris Krengel

Cast:

Willo Hausman, Michael Faella, Holley Chant, Ricky Aiello

Music:

William T Stromberg

Director:

Dan McCormack

Cinematography:

Dan Gilham

Editor:

Martin Hunter

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