A soundtrack plays folk rock as a woman prepares, at noon, to take her Borzois for a walk. She goes through her dresses, all 1920s style flapper gowns, holding them one at a time, shaking ... See full summary »
Amazingly demonic The Nest is an early image of what a post apocalyptic society could be, after a nuclear war this story follows the interactions between the to main characters David and Selma the protagonist, David Lambert, fowls every attempt for the love interest Selma Eliot, to discover, the existence of survivors across town This story reminds me of other stories I have seen on the outer limits, but brought to me in an extremely vivid way, with sex and dilution, and cantankerous trickster acts of David I enjoyed this film and I assume you will to very, with out a doubt reminiscing of the Kenneth Anger style. JSP
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