Confessions of a Young American Housewife, Sin in the Suburbs Double Feature
Sexploitation auteur Joe Sarno first explored the dark side of the American dream in hi 1964 drama, Sin in the Suburbs, hailed by DVD Drive-In as "a ground-breaking masterpiece." 10 years later, his return to this theme resulted in one of the most critically and commercially successful films of his career, Confessions of a Young American Housewife. Presented with these two major works is Sarnos immediate follow-up to Sin in the Suburbs, Warm Nights and Hot Pleasures.
Confessions of a Young American Housewife commentary by Tim Lucas, mini commentary by Joe Sarno and deleted scenes.
Sin in the Suburbs commentary by Tim Lucas, commentary by Joe and Peggy Sarno, Michael Vraney and Frank Henenlotter.
- "[Has] more in common with John Cassavetes' gritty dramas than the exploitation tradition."
- "A ground-breaking masterpiece."
- "Marvelous cinematography. Sarno builds his usual mesmerizing, frenzied heat between his characters."