â€˜On March 28 MOMA (Cineprobe) screen Stephen Dwoskinâ€™s Central Bazaarâ€¦ The film was shot last year and is 153 minutes long. It was reduced to that length from fifteen hours of footage Dwoskin shot with a group of volunteers adventurous to act out their erotic fantasiesâ€¦ Theatre of life, costumes, sexes, colours, lips, reality and fantasy mix and reveal themselves, intensified by Dwoskinâ€™s obsessive camera eye, as he picks out, watches, stops on faces, details, sustains, doesnâ€™t go away; the face is trapped, recorded. But there is no forcing, no rape of the camera in Dwoskin. Itâ€™s gentleness itself, itâ€™s an intelligence that is gentle and unimposingâ€¦â€™ â€“ Jonas Mekas
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