Some Call it Loving (1973) – By Jason S. Lockard

Etiquette Pictures is a new video label which will be restoring of some significant art house, underground and experimental cinema, all on blu-ray for the very first time. The first of it’s offerings to us Some call it loving.

The film is a modern day re-imagining of Sleeping Beauty. The story follows a disillusioned musician named Robert (Zalman King) who purchases a carnival act  a young girl (Tisa Farrow) who has been asleep for many years and brings her to his home. At his secluded castle he awakens her with a kiss. Robert introduces her to his strange world, but she pines for a more complex life.

The standout in this film was the strung out drummer played by Richard Pryor. The bonus features included in this Blu-ray/DVD set is  Bonus Features
A commentary with director James B. Harris, two video featurettes one with director James B. Harris the other from cinematographer Mario Tosi, extensive outtakes, booklet and reversible cover.

While I am not the biggest of fans of this style of films, I know there are many people who love the off the wall art house style films. The restoration is very nice and would make a great addition to any art house fans collection.

So if you would like to view the trailer, more information or would like to order a copy for yourself, head over to http://etiquettepictures.com/ today.

Moral Rating: adult situations and language sexual situations and nudity
Audience: adults
Genre: drama
Length: 1 hour 43 Minutes
DVD Released: 2015
DVD Rating: B