And The Word Was Made Flesh

Genre: Feature
B&W 16mm

Director: Dusan Marek


"A scientist finds a pod from which emerges the ideal woman. They make love knowing a killer and collectors of museum specimens are after her."

"Produced, written, photographed and edited by director Marek. A surrealistic experimental film intended to show, according to Marek, "man's attempt to retain his inside freedom ... and not be moulded by the outside" A scientist finds a cocoon. An idealised woman comes out of it. She is harassed by two faceless monsters who are collecting specimens for a museum. She and the scientist make love on a vast stretch of sand, while a killer stalks them. Make sense of it if you can."



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