Joe Sarno Retrospect Series Vol. 5: The Naked Fog / Moonlighting Wives (Blu-Ray)
Joseph W. Sarno Retrospect Series Vol. 5:
The Naked Fog / Moonlighting Wives
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- HD Double Feature Restoration of THE NAKED FOG & MOONLIGHTING WIVES
- Bonus features include new commentary by film historian Tim Lucas
- Interview with director Joe Sarno
- Never-before-released interview with cinematographer Jerry Kalogeratos
- THE NAKED FOG presented here for the first time to home media
Dripping with color, Moonlighting Wives (1966) introduced Joe Sarno’s psycho-sexual erotic dramas to popular audiences when it screened in mainstream theaters and drive-in cinemas. For his next productions, Joe returned to his trademark economical black-and-white dramas including The Naked Fog, presented here for the first time to home media. Mesmerizing performances by star Tammy LaTour link these prime examples of Sarno’s 1960s films.
Moonlighting Wives - Unhappy housewife Joan (Tammy Latour) turns her stenography service into a thriving prostitution ring. When Joan gives well-connected golf pro Al a piece of the action, blackmail follows and soon the cops are on to their illicit enterprise. Vibrant compositions drive an increasingly dire narrative in a film Mondo-Digital.com called “a perfect example of Sarno's psychological approach to erotica.”
The Naked Fog – Jaded jet-setter Marge (Tammy LaTour) starts a new identify as a writer in upper east coast suburbia. But when writer’s block hits, the town brothel – a hotbed of infidelity and blackmail – offers the perfect inspiration. This classic Sarno story of an empowered woman navigating the swinging sixties is elevated by elegant black-and-white shots of the spartan Long Island coastline.
Newly restored from original film elements, this definitive HD double feature of Moonlighting Wives and The Naked Fog includes a new commentary by film historian Tim Lucas, an interview with director Joe Sarno, and a never-before-released interview with cinematographer Jerry Kalogeratos.