Synopsis by David Lewis
World War II ends, and Kenneth Anger goes wheeling with his camera into the crowd of a post-War party on Hollywood Boulevard. The short film ends with an atomic bomb going off. Although circulated on 16 mm through 1967, Anger then withdrew Drastic Demise. It is possible that the film no longer exists, but it may be among a few extant titles that Anger has stated he prefers not to show.