Although whippings of men have been a commonly-depicted punishment in the movies ever since the days of the nickelodeon, no book -- until now -- has attempted to document this vital aspect of screen-sadism. By describing and then discussing the movie’s hundred great male-whipping scenes, (ranging from 1932’s Mask of Fu Manchu to 2004’s Passion of the Christ), Lash! tries to fill this void with wit, perception, and authority.
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Published November 30, 2004
Humor & Entertainment.