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CPH PIX is Denmark's new feature film festival. Launched in 2009 as the result of the merger between the city's two long-running festivals the Copenhagen International Film Festival and the Natfilm Festiva, it instantly became the biggest festival in the Danish capital ever.

CPH PIX focus on new talents, new ideas, new trends and artistic courage, both in the festival's film programme and in its collaborations across artistic genres and cultural institutions

CPH PIX also host COPENHAGEN FILM MARKET in September.

CPH PIX is part of COPENHAGEN FILM FESTIVALS which also house BUSTER (children and youth films) and CPH:DOX (documentaries). 


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NUDE NUNS WITH BIG GUNS!

NUDE NUNS WITH BIG GUNS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NUDE NUNS WITH BIG GUNS!...If the title doesn't sell this film, I don't know what will.

This is a Camelot Pictures film... 

FROM CPHPIX PRESS:

 

About the film

"'Nude Nuns With Big Guns'. Yes, the text might as well end here
because, with a title like that, you hardly need any further
explanation. We should just add that the nuns are lesbian, high on dope
and are being chased by a motorcycle gang. Yes, people like the
exploitation guru, Al Adamson, have not lived in vain in this joint
tribute to the woefully neglected genres, 'nunsploitation' and 'biker
films'. We follow Sister Sarah, who is drugged, raped and brainwashed by
an evil drug priest. In her fiercely drug-addled state, she gets a
message from God saying that she has to go back and take revenge, and
the rest of the film is liberal portions of sister love, blazing guns
and cold nuns' buns. At first sight, the film might be mistaken for an
almost Tarantinoesque pastiche of the exploitation genre, but it has a
brutal and sinister undertone that is seasoned with an insane sense of
politically incorrect humour, which makes it work on its own terms. This
is no imitation, it IS exploitation. As when a giant black biker
threatens to rape a mute old nun with the words "I'm gonna nail you
harder than they nailed Jesus to the cross." Good Taste? Most definitely
not, but it's great entertainment."

CPHPIX PRESS

 

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