The Bed (1968) film


Hands down James Broughton's most famous film, “The Bed.” You can stream or download this cult classic now. (Or watch the trailer.)

One that featured the ground-breaking full-frontal (yet innocent) nudity that this experimental filmmaker was known for. In part because of its audacity and courage in portraying bodies, “The Bed” became an instant hit all over the West Coast, receiving hundreds, if not thousands, of showings in art houses all over.

It's a rollicking exploration of everything that can happen on a bed – “it's where you cry when you are born and where you lie when dead.

Also comes with James Broughton's poem “Song of the Bed” and his film synopsis.

Read more about the making of this film, in James Broughton's own words.

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