Serpents of the Pirate Moon

A woman, trapped between two equally claustrophobic environments -- a home filled with billowing curtains and a disinterested boyfriend only after sex, and an otherwordly/underworldly drag nightclub limbo with a crappy overbearing boss -- is pushed towards the point of rupture. Occupies a strange spot in the experimental subjective film spaces of the time, no doubt influenced by the fact that the director studied at UCLA in the early days of the L.A. Rebellion period (this was his thesis film) and bafflingly, appears to be one of the first features of any kind made by a Dominican director in the Dominican Republic (despite robust television production in the country from the 50s on and many foreign films with scenes shot there -- The Godfather II, Sorcerer, Jurassic Park, et al.