As he's questioned by a therapist in the opening scene of the film bearing his name, we see Charles Swan III's subconscious literally spurt out of his head. It's visualized as an animated collage largely made up of ladies' long, disembodied legs—like those in the '40s pin-ups that decorate the Don Juan graphic designer's playpen home, or on the come-hither album sleeves that he designs. It also indicates writer/director Roman... More >>>