Directed by: Max Andersson
Actors: Max Andersson, Stig Bergqvist, Boel Zetterman
Also known as: Lolita Separerar
Description: Arguably inspired by An Andalusian Dog (1929) and Eraserhead (1977), this punk art house film follows the life of Lolita and Max. After listening to Tony Virato, Lolita searches the fridge only to find a single fish stick. Upon placing the fish in a bowl of water, she is delighted to see that it had reanimated. Meanwhile, on his way home, Max mercilessly beats a christian panhandler with a lead pipe, finds a dumpster baby, and pockets a used condom. When Max returns to the apartment, he destroys the Tony Virato vinyl and beats Lolita for protecting the animated fish stick. After killing the fish stick, Max forces Lolita to cook it for him. Sick with grief, she vomits on herself while Max enjoys his dinner. When he’s finished, Max demands Lolita to blow him before putting the used condom on. The condom suffocates his member. Lolita attempts to pry the condom off with a knife only to slash Max’s john completely off. The dismembered piece reanimates, delighting Lolita. She puts it in her shirt pocket after packing her belongings, leaving indefinitely.
Penniless punk boy retrieves a used condom from a garbage can to use on his girlfriend (Lolita). The contaminated semen in the discarded rubber causes a strange & painful reaction with the boys penis and bonds itself to his skin. Being unable to remove the condom Lolita uses a knife to try to cut it off but accidently severs his penis. The now reanimated and bloody organ crawls around the apartment in an effort to escape but Lolita finally stomps on it. She soon realizes that kissing & stroking the scared penis calms it down and she decides to keep it. All this time punk boy seems to be in some kind of trance and is unable to move so she packs up a suitcase and leaves with her new “friend” tucked in her pocket.