Mike Kuchar’s sci-fi extravaganza is set far in the future, when highly evolved robots take care of the daily chores while their masters lead lives of pleasure. But when two robots fall in love, it’s not just their circuits that go haywire. Starring George Kuchar as an evil prince and Bob Cowan as a love-seeking robot, Sins helped launch American underground cinema.
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Masters of experimental cinema (interview), City Arts Monthly, Steve Boisson, 1981
Sins of the Fleshapoids (program note), Pacific Film Archive Calendar, 1976
Color me Kuchar (review), Berkeley Barb, Michael Reynolds, 1974
Mike Kuchar (program), Southwood Press, Albie Thoms
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Night of the Bomb
George Kuchar, Mike Kuchar, United States, 1962
A cautionary tale.
- Sound on CD. Preserved by Anthology Film Archives with support from the National Film Preservation Foundation