Video report about the making of the feature Bloodfuck, in which the controversial filmmaker Cyrus Frisch goes in search of the limits of reality TV. For his film Bloodfuck Frisch needed several scenes in which a `real' audience reacted to `really' shocking situations. In an attempt to provoke violent reactions, he incited passers-by at random on the street and revealed himself literally and metaphorically. The film also shows the desperate attempts by the director to disrupt a live TV programme in which he is a guest. In the hope that it will provide exciting material for his film, he tries to realise a sex scene in the programme. The actors hired for the occasion however refuse to perform and everything degenerates into chaos.
Title: Live experimenteren
Duration : 55 minutes
Category: Short Documentary
Edition: NFF 1996
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