Clint Enns

Experimental film / Found footage | Canada | 16 mm / digital | 4:3 | b&w | silent | 2010 | 2'  00"
30 €

Screening Copy: digital
A re-make of a lost James Benning film titled Gleem, a sex negative film about maintaining those pearly whites. Guy Maddin on Clint Enns' Gleem "I wasn't entirely convinced I was straight until I saw this film." About the original Gleem by James Benning 1974, 16mm, 2:00, Lost (Colour, Sound) Produced at the University of Wisconsin This film is optically printed and interweaves two short sequences of tooth brushing on odd number frames and a close-up of a penis ejaculating on even number frames.


Director: Clint Enns

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