Saddle Sores

Vanalyne Green

1999 | 00:20:00 | United States | English | Color | Mono | 4:3 |

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Humor, Sexuality

Video artist meets a handsome and enigmatic Marlboro Man; video artist gets a sexually transmitted disease. In a wry and pointed work that’s part Ibsen and part Danielle Steele, Vanalyne Green reworks the sex-education film to take a critical look at cherished stereotypes about romance, the American West, and cowboys. Expanding on a body of work that investigates the idea that public spaces are gendered, Green revisits the myth of the rugged outdoors, and the West will never be the same. By combining elements of silent movies and classic Westerns, the director weaves an hysterically sad tale of purity and contamination in an hysterically funny way.

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Prizes + Awards

Gold Plaque - Cinema/Chicago 1999

Audience Award, Thaw Film and Video Festival