Elio Gelmini's documentary tells the story of Kenneth Anger, visionary avant-garde filmmaker and author of the Hollywood Babylon books. Anger was defined himself as a “cinematographic magician” and his cinema as a ritualistic form. In addition to Anger talking to camera, the film includes the godfather of American avant-garde film Jonas Mekas, and music by Bobby Beausoleil.
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