Synopsis by Robert Firsching
This silly mondo-style documentary is Australia's answer to Mondo Freudo, but as it was made a full decade later, this one seems even more hopelessly dated. Segments include burlesque striptease, body-painting, snake-eating, mud-wrestling, a gay wedding, and Satanism, but the treatment is entirely too tame to be interesting as either exploitation or documentary. Director John D. Lamond returned with a sexier attempt at the same genre, The ABCs of Love and Sex, Australian Style, two years later.
homosexual, restaurant, wedding, witchcraft