By Richard Perez
Encouraged by means of the underground sexploitation motion pictures of the Sixties, this daring updating of the "roughie" subgenre and lampoon of auteur filmmaking principally happens in manhattan City's East Village (circa the Bush era), and it chronicles the increase and fall of a distinct and excessive courting. Dolores and Serena, chemically based, down-and-out artists got down to take keep watch over in their lives by way of creating a fetish-noir/femdom motion picture. in fact, issues do not precisely end up as planned.
PERMANENT OBSCURITY through Dolores Santana (as informed to Richard Perez)
* a younger bohemian satire,
* a narrative of alienated nonconformists,
* a "girls at the lam" story,
* a sexploitation and S/M romp,
* a spoof of cult superstar and "true-life" tabloid sensationalism
Written within the three parts:
PERMANENT OBSCURITY: half 1 - THE KINKY HOOK
Whereupon we're brought to Dolores and Serena and their kinky shenanigans.
PERMANENT OBSCURITY: half 2 - unusual HUNGERS
Whereupon Dolores and Serena grapple with relationship/sexuality concerns, life-threatening drug buyers, irreversible funds woes. Culminating in a determined test at creating a so-called "femdom" film.
PERMANENT OBSCURITY: half three - NO MAN'S LAND
Whereupon Dolores and Serena locate themselves in a spot now not anticipated. particularly, hell.
IS THIS DRUG-ADDLED, FACE-SITTING EXTRAVAGANZA correct FOR YOU?
"Funny, trendy, and consistently engrossing ... terribly well-drawn and psychologically real looking. All in all, it is a significantly wonderful and likewise poignant paintings, and it made me very occupied with and sympathetic to the worlds of BDSM and of drug-addled dreamers."
--Anna Biller, writer-director of the neo-sexploitation movie, VIVA
"Richard Perez has the ears of the angels--lend him yours."
--Barry Gifford, writer: WILD AT center, PERDITA DURANGO
"Perez's is an exhilarating expertise and his paintings is going a ways past such a lot of what's released today."
--Henry Flesh, writer: MICHAEL and the Lambda Literary Award-winner,