A woman tries to distance herself from her gay friends in an effort to land a straight boyfriend.
Voyeuristic Tendencies is not so much a film about voyeurism as it is our tendency to be voyeuristic. That tendency, nurtured by the filmmakers carefully crafted succession of visual teases and exploited by the camera's ability to become our eyes, becomes in increasingly evident as the film progresses. The camera teases the viewer, in this case, co-voyeur, not with sexual or erotic innuendo, but rather with graphic and aesthetic challenges. The partially opened window of a woman's dressing room forces us to realize our urge to see more about these hidden worlds. This type of cinematically- induced self- realization makes Voyeuristic Tendencies a powerfully human film.
Explore the art of rebellion in Suicidal Tendencies: Lights, Camera, Revolution, which intersperses taped live performances with interview clips, backstage glimpses, and road antics. Songs on the video include "War Inside My Head," "Possessed to Skate," and "Trip at the Brain." This video was meant to accompany the album Lights, Camera, Revolution, but the song list differs slightly.
Recorded Live at The Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles CA on October 29 2005. Setlist: 01 - Intro - 02 - I Shot Reagan - 03 - War Inside My Head - 04 - Subliminal - 05 - Ain't Gonna Take It - 06 - Suicidal Failure - 07 - We Are Family - 08 - Possessed to Skate - 09 - I Saw Your Mommy - 10 - Waking the Dead - 11 - Show Some Love... Tear It Down! - 12 - Cyco Vision - 13 - Two-Sided Politics - 14 - Won't Fall In Live Today - 15 - Institutionalized - 16 - Pledge Your Allegiance