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It's Not My Body


1965      

Synopsis - It's Not My Body

running time 80 minutes

It was early in the morning when they came for her. Delia lay sleeping, as always alone, her body untouched, cold beneath the sheets, hidden deep within a darkened room-alone, It had always been like this. Soon, the alarm would ring and she would rise to command the day as an exacting, proficient business executive. That night she would lay alone again. She would make certain of it. But they came for her, early in the morning, that day.

They ordered her to come with them.

They carried a revolver.

They demanded.

She objected.

She wanted answers.

In a moment-her gown was ripped from her body and the cold nozzle of a pistol pressed against her naked belly. "We are members of the Court," they said, "and that must be your last answer." That morning she was hurtled into a mysterious adventure that would tear through her icy surface to the real body of the woman

buried below.

The streets were empty of people, life-empty! There was an automobile. Inside, where she was seated were two men. Their flesh glowed, as if from gold. In some remote region, when they had driven out of time, they moved toward her. Rigid, defenseless, she felt their golden limbs warm against her resisting body. It was no use. They seemed to flow over her-inside her.

A barren landscape surrounded by the sea. A single building, white stone against an empty sky-"The Court." They arrived and led her into it. There, a woman, majestic in her black robes, her face masked, would preside at her trial. The jury-near-naked, their bodies twisting, touching, trembling, would respond to the testimony. A charge had been brought against her. She protested. The witnesses were brought in. She was stilled.

They were people from her past; a wealthy, elegant sensualist, with the tastes of a decadent aristocrat; a bright, free-living girl who gave her warmth and body for a little while to anyone who might need it; a lonely persecuted man who roamed the roof-tops of the city, looking into windows. They testify-and we see how this woman cruelly used her body, as if it were a weapon, against them, while its need, its pleasure burned below, wanting to be touched. But she will not see it! So the members of the Court unleash their bodies before her-offering them to each other freely, fully, so that she may see and understand. But she will not see it!

She is left alone in the empty courtroom to consider. But she is not alone. In the shadows is a man, accused like she, who like she has been left to consider his crime. They are not aware of it but their trial continues. They escape, they believe, and through the lonely, isolated landscape they try to find their way out. But there is none. The members of the Court hover near, always out of sight, always there waiting, waiting, until the wills, the bodies of the accused clash together. Then it happens they are there. They see-what you will see-what we will not tell you-what cannot be told. . A moment of anguish, surrender, piercing pain, release?? No! It cannot be told. . See it!





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Pressbook 12x17 single-sided folded




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CAST

ROBERT MITCHEL ....................... A Man Who Acts
DAVID VALLARD ....................... Voyeur
JAQUELINE FRIEDRICH ................ Ann
MICHAEL CASTALDO ....................... Conrad
PAT DOUGAN ....................... Magisratess
JESSICA TUDOR ....................... Deliah
EDWIN MILLER ....................... Priest

JOHN CHRISTOFORI, MARILYN CHRISTOFORI, LAURA GLENN, DAVID ANDERSON, KIT CHEN, ROBERT BETWICK, SUSANA VAUGHT, as Jurors, Agents, and Gold Men



CREDITS

Technical Consultant ........ VICTOR PETROSHEVIC
Costumes ....................... ETHEL WARSHOVSKY
Script Continuity ............ VICTORIA BATEMAN
Grip ....................... JOE LEWIS
Electrician PAUL SANG
Sound ....................... CHARLES PITTS
Editor ....................... RON W. WERTHEIM
Music ....................... DAVE HERMAN Production Manager KENT BATEMAN
Cinematographer JOAO FERNANDES
Produced by JAHK PRODUCTIONS
Written and Directed by RON W. WERTHEIM










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