Production info

USA, 1970

Viva (Janet Sue Hoffmann), Taylor Mead, Louis Waldon
Directed by Nathan Zucker


The story of Cleopatra, situated in modern day Rome. The film's producer and writer Michel Auder was married to actress Viva, a former 'Warhol Superstar' who had appeared in a number of Andy Warhol artworks. She and other participants from Warhol's Factory play Romans and Egyptians, participating in orgies and freakouts in Rome. The production company did not like the end product and the film was withdrawn. Only a work copy remains preserved.

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