Germany | 1980 | 92 mins | PG
See the glitzy disco musical so bad it caused a RIOT! At the 1980 Montreal World Film Festival premiere of THE APPLE, the audience was given vinyl records of the film’s fast-paced disco soundtrack. By the end of the film, they had used those albums to tear the screen apart, resulting in thousands of dollars in damage.
You MUST SEE: THE APPLE!
In the far-flung future of 1994, Alphie and Bibi, two sweet kids from Moosejaw, Ontario, travel to the WORLDVISION SONG FESTIVAL to compete against the world’s greatest musical talents.
Their gentle folk songs make people happy, but they’re no match for the music label juggernaut BIM and its satanic CEO MISTER BOOGALOW, whose pulsing decadent disco tracks (and insidious BIM marks on the bodies of his fans) are taking over the world. Can they resist the siren song of devilish disco? Or will all the world fall to the mark of the beast…and the power ofBIM?!?
With a budget of $10 million dollars and extremely little talent, THE APPLE (1980) is a treasure of the cult film archive, landing at the exact wrong time for disco and smashing pulsing dancefloor beats with an incomprehensible blend of cocaine-addled Christian mysticism.
TASTELESS! INCOHERENT! TACKY! HORNY! CORNY! IT MUST BE SEEN TO BE BELIEVED! – ANTHONY OLIVEIRA
Director: Menahem Golan
Cast: Catherine Mary Stewart, Vladek Sheybal
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