A documentary crew films the casting call, Furch's 14-day shoot, a lighting technician's becoming an actor, and the aftermath of the suicide (before filming ends) of Claudia Fielers, the film's leading lady. Comments by Roman Polanski, Carl Amery, and an unseen narrator connect the possibility of snuff films to the process of a commercial enterprise such as this and Fielers' suicide. Furch pleads innocent, cloaking his work in Protestant virtues. His posturings and his direction are comical; the commentary may be tongue in cheek. What about the appended snuff footage? Is this documentary for real?
Wes Craven Andrzej KostenkoKarl Martine
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The Evolution of Snuff 
Country of Origin: West Germany
Year of Production: 1973 - 1975
Running Times: 79 mins
Format: colour 35mm
Production Company: Monopol Film Company
Directors: Andrzej Kostenko, Karl Martine
Locations: Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Carl Amery [himself]
Claudia Fielers [herself]
Robert Furch [himself]
Roman Polanski [himself]
A documentary following pornographer Robert Furch as he tries to make a film supposedly based on Lysistrata, but his leading lady, Claudia Fielers, commits suicide before the film is completed. Roman Polanski, Carl Amery and the narrator appearto suggest that Fielers' death may have been murder, the actress killed to appear in a "snuff movie."