Myra Breckinridge (1970) (part 4 of 12)

Meanwhile, Irving leads Myron to a classroom, intending to show him “some of the fundamentals of ahhcting class…” Irving opens the door, and a cut to a different angle reveals Myra is now standing where Myron was. Huh? We hear that gong again [?], and close in on a female student complaining about how someone’s always hitting on her at rehearsals. We hear the prof speaking while the camera arbitrarily lingers across another female student’s boobs [?].

The prof tells his students to “build the vibe by closing your eyes and…” Then he goes into a crazed stage whisper and yells, “touching each other!” Then, there’s an abrupt cut to that girl bitching and moaning again.

Myra Breckinridge (1970) (part 4 of 12)

Every time a bell rings, a fairy gets his wings!

“Now we’re getting somewhere!” the prof says. Actually, no. No, we’re not. The prof says, “Real honesty for the first time!” So all the students break out into applause [?]. Irving leaves, and as he does so, he shakes some little bells [?] in the prof’s direction and the prof winks back at him. God, this movie is such a mess.

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Multi-Part Article: Myra Breckinridge (1970)

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