Precious Products

1988, 15:03 min, color, sound

"Winding up in an opulent mansion with two hungry women, the fires are lit and a horn of plenty gets roasted amid the evergreens of a winter in discontent. This, another in the series of homes I visit when the original occupants are out of town, is a rare look behind the walls of the rich and famous to see what's scratching at the woodwork." In Precious Products, Kuchar attends an art opening for an exhibit of the same name, which addresses the commodification of art, and then visits the elaborate home of a celebrity. Kuchar's typically sardonic musings lead him to consider America's culture of consumerism, food and death.

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