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Dir. Menahem Golan (86min, USA/West Germany, 1980)
A piece of classic 80s kitsch, this wildly entertaining dystopic vision of a futuristic “1994,” The Apple rivals Rocky Horror and Hedwig and the Angry Inch in the cult musical genre. Menahem Golan’s trippy reinterpretation of the Book of Genesis centers on Bibi (Catherine Mary Stewart) and Alphie (George Gilmour), two budding rockers who fall under the control of the wickedly evil record producer Boogalow (Vladek Sheybal). Featuring outlandish choreography from So You Think You Can Dance’s Nigel Lythgoe and so-bad-they’re-good songs form Israeli songwriters Coby and Iris Recht.