While hardly typical, one might want to check out the laughably earnest
(and strangely dull) Canadian film "Kissed" (Lynne Stopkewich, 1996).  In
it, a beautiful female necrophiliac becomes a mortician in order to better
indulge in what is presented as, essentially, her ultimately fulfilling
lifestyle choice.  (The end credits, where Sarah McLachlan can be heard
singing "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy" as our heroine finally has sex with her
boyfriends corpse--she wouldnt sleep with him when he was alive so he had
to kill himself in order to score with her--cracked up the audience at the
film's US premiere at Sundance.)

        Daniel Isaac Humphrey
        Department of Art & Art History
        University of Rochester
        424 Morey Hall
        Rochester NY 14627-0456

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