Synopsis by Nathan Southern
Andy Warhol's short experimental feature Closet (1966) stars Nico and Randy Bourscheidt as a couple who live, full-time, in the titular location. The film opens outside of the closet, with the couple off-camera -- the muffled voices provide the only indication of their presence behind the door. As director Warhol charts the interior and the exterior surfaces of the closet with his lens, the couple discuss their turn-ons, their pet peeves, and the option of leaving the compartmentalized space once and for all.
door, hidden, voice [speaking]