The Body (1971) Roy Battersby

The Body (1971)
Genre: Documentary
Country: UK | Director: Roy Battersby
Language: English | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 107mn
Vhsrip Xvid Avi - 512x384 - 29.970fps - 698mb
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0199369/

"The body is birth and love. The body is life and sex. The body is dreams and beauty. The body is joy and fear. The body is you and everybody you know."

You know what else the body is? Gross and weird - and if you didn't know that before, this post-hippie documentary on everyone's favourite brain transport machine will do it.

This is a fusion of art film and documentary, with a pompous voiceover by Vanessa Redgrave, in which we go on an odyssey into the yuckiest parts of the human body. From birth, to death, to taking a dump, no stone goes unturned as the inner mysteries of the body are laid bare for us all to enjoy.

But, why should you REALLY download this nonsense? Well, you should download for the same reason that it is even still in circulation - it features an absolutely awesome soundtrack by none other than Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, in all his pre-Dark Side Of The Moon glory. Acoustic, folksy shuffles, with that sweet, sweet Gilmour slide guitar ladled on liberally, ending in the best song Pink Floyd never did (although, just between us, it IS an uncredited Pink Floyd) entitled 'Give Birth To A Smile' - Dark Side Of The Moon's clear spiritual antecedent. Dig it, you beasts!
 The Body (1971)

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