Labor Of Love, A
Vinegar Syndrome presents the home video debut of Robert Flaxman and Daniel Goldman's portrait of regional filmmaking gone awry. In the winter of 1974, a Chicago based independent filmmaker found funding to make his first feature, to be titled "The Last Affair." The one stipulation mandated by his financial backers was that the movie needed to include hardcore sex scenes. A Labor of Love documents the ensuing heartfelt and earnest attempt to create an X rated movie. Between struggles with the cast and problems with crew and locations, the production forges on in a manner NBC News described as "A true human comedy" and Hadrian Belove of Cinefamily acclaimed as "a lost verite masterpiece... a movie about movies documentary classic."