Peyote Queen

(1965)
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Peyote Queen opens with black-and-white perforations that pulsate to the beat of drumming and escalate to light-bathed split screens and kaleidoscopic effects. Switching to lively organ accompaniment, the film pours out a stream of simple scratchings that rollick across the screen. Fish, breasts, flowers, boats, water, lips, hearts, stars—the hieroglyphs explode with color and celebrate the female creative force. The surge slows with the return of ritual drumming, this time with chanting, and a self-reflective coda. -- National Film Preservation Foundation

  1. Storm De Hirsch

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Peyote Queen

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  • September 17, 1965
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  • December 4, 1965
    Theatrical (limited)

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  • March 6, 1968
    Theatrical (limited)

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 9m

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