Cherry, Harry, and Raquel | Chicago Reader

Cherry, Harry, and Raquel

Russ Meyer looks into the narcotics traffic along the Arizona border, and finds—not surprisingly—necrophilia, lesbianism, frenetic violence, and incidental incest. This was the first of Meyer's totally chaotic, completely incoherent sex cartoons, a style that arose out of necessity when the original negative was lost by the lab—the film had to be entirely reconstructed from outtakes. You could call it a triumph of form over content, but that would mean assuming (dangerously) that there was any content here to begin with (1969).


Cast information not available at this time.

What others are saying

  • Add a review


    Select a star to rate.