Can you identify this obscure American independent film?
January 10, 2005 4:52 PM   Subscribe

Can you identify this obscure American independent film? It aired seemingly incessantly on IFC circa 1998-1999, and at the time seemed to be of recent vintage. It was shot entirely in black and white, and concerned a love triangle between a dissolute art photographer recently returned to New York City, his jaded, long-suffering wife, and the teenage girl both of them are sleeping with. The girl convinces her wealthy parents to bankroll a show of the photographer's work, which they are dismayed to discover at the show's opening consists almost entirely of naked pictures of their daughter. I should hasten to add that this was not an especially good movie.
posted by jjg to Media & Arts (7 answers total)
Crap I know this movie. High Art?

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posted by spicynuts at 5:21 PM on January 10, 2005

On second thought, I think I'm wrong.
posted by spicynuts at 5:22 PM on January 10, 2005

Yes, you are wrong. In the same vein, though.
posted by jjg at 5:25 PM on January 10, 2005

can you think of anybody in it at all, or perhaps what other projects they were in?
posted by taumeson at 6:33 AM on January 11, 2005

No, it wasn't the sort of production that would have recognizable actors in it.
posted by jjg at 7:40 AM on January 11, 2005

Perhaps it's Cleopatra's Second Husband? Note that I haven't seen that, but the description of it seems remarkably similar to the one your gave, (including the general godawfulness) and it came out at about the time you remember.
posted by boaz at 8:59 AM on January 11, 2005

Another good guess, but this one was definitely black and white.
posted by jjg at 9:23 AM on January 11, 2005

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