Wakefield Poole's Bible (DVD)

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Vinegar Syndrome presents

WAKEFIELD POOLE'S BIBLE

From acclaimed filmmaker Wakefield Poole comes The Bible as you’ve never seen it before!

The stories of Adam & Eve, Bathsheba and Samson & Delilah are given sexual twists in this visually stunning and sensually charged masterpiece of the erotic avant-garde.

Featuring Georgina Spelvin (The Devil in Miss Jones), Gloria Grant and Bo White, Wakefield Poole’s BIBLE comes to home video for the first time fully restored from the original elements and loaded with extra features.

+ Dual Layer DVD-9 | Region Free | 1.33:1 | MONO
+ Scanned and restored in 2k
+ Director’s Audio Commentary
+ Director’s Introduction
+ Vintage interview with Wakefield Poole about making Bible
+ Theatrical Trailer
+ Interview with Actress Georgina Spelvin
+ Interview with Actress Gloria Grant
+ Screen Tests & Still Gallery

Note that this film does contain nudity and simulated sex but is NOT hardcore. By today's standard, it would be rated R.

Visually stunning... It may seem pretentious to name-check Citizen Kane and The Man Who Knew Too Much in the making of what could be dismissed as a sex film, but Bible! actually justifies such a comparison.
--Daily Grindhouse
An inspired piece of erotic art cinema, not far from what I would expect from the likes of Pasolini, Anger, or Metzger.
--Geek New Wave
I'm hard pressed to find any movie to which I might compare it...this could be the best study guide for Biblical scholars since the invention of the comic book bible.
--docterror.com
"BIBLE! moves from scene to scene in a weird fever dream of mesmerizing nudity and color. You need not be overly familiar with the source material, a very brief idea of the stories would suffice and really none at all and you'd be okay just to follow along with the images on screen that will surely make you dizzy with delight. How this didn't become some sort of cult phenomenon when it was released is beyond me."
--Celluloid Terror