A major, though forgotten, work from New York's underground film scene of the late 60s and early 70s. Nelson Lyon's, The Telephone Book, tells the story of Alice, a sex-obsessed hippie who falls in love with the world's greatest obscene phone caller and embarks on a quest to find him. Her journey introduces her to an avant-garde stag filmmaker, a manipulative psychiatrist, a lesbian housewife, and more. Photographed in high-contrast black-and-white, and punctuated with a remarkable, surreal color animated sequence, The Telephone Book is one of the greatest cult films you've probably never heard of.
Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack | Region Free | 1.85:1 AR | MONO
Restored in 2K from a 35mm archival print
Commentary track by Producer Merv Bloch
Two theatrical trailers