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Wives of the Skies

USA 2020
produced by
Erik Bakken, Maddison Bullock, Davey Robertson, Thomas Young (executive) for Panik Piktures, Destroy All Media Productions, Maddness Pictures
directed by Honey Lauren
starring Drew Brandon Jones, Rachel Alig, Maddison Bullock, Sebastian Fernandez, Embry Rose (as Kelsey Boze), Johanna Rae, Agnes Shinozaki, Anastassia Melnikova, Anastasia Chernaya, Stephen Scappa
written by Honey Lauren, music by Josh Vanakin, songs written by Craig Owens (music), Scappa, Honey Lauren (lyrics), performed by William Brandt, Keely Hawkes, Craig Owens


review by
Mike Haberfelner

1965: Becoming quite intrigued with two American stewardesses, Fran (Rachel Alig) and Marcy (Maddison Bullock), British filmmaker Derrick (Drew Brandon Jones) invites himself into their hotelroom with the pretense of making a documentary about them - but the way his eyes wander makes one wonder if he's not only looking for a kinky adventure. But when he and camera guy Kevin (Sebastian Fernandez) arrive at Fran and Marcy's room, they're in for a bit of a surprise, finding Marcy still in her uniform though she's not working that day, and her behaviour is exactly like on board a plane, while Fran is tied to a chair (according to Kinbaku tradition) and insists it helps her relax. And now the normally very self-assured Derrick finds himself losing his smarts ...


Wives of the Skies is a film that works on many levels: For one, the detail work that went into recreating the 1960s can only be commended, this movie seems to have the era down to the t, not only in props and outfits, also regarding acting. But it's really fascinating how the film manages to capture the male gaze predominant in the era, to of course as the story progresses, throw it right back at the audience, pervert it in unexpected but oddly humourous, even satyrical ways. But what really makes the movie is it doesn't go overboard with any of this, doesn't go for the cheap joke but manages to tell a roundabout story, proving that subtlety trumps spectacle. It's something different for sure, but well worth a look.

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