This experimental film concerns a young man who refuses to give back to society after taking so much. The camera visits a slaughterhouse for pigs and films a mother dialing a telephone in the family home. Music is provided by Speedy Kean and Pete Townshend. Prior to its screening at the 1970 New York Film Festival, this very unimportant 58-minute project had the second half of its title (Scorpio Rising) become the subject of a legal protest by Kenneth Anger, who claimed (correctly) that he already had rights to it, based on his 1964 documentary with that name.
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