Dyn Amo is a 'drama' exploring the distinction between a person's self and his projection of that self to others; and it's a 'horror movie' tragically suggesting how a projection can become more substantial than the self behind it
Free and intimist, sensual and celebral, experimenal and political, Dwoskin's cinema is heir to the surrealists and Georges Bataille, to Andy Warhol and Jack Smith."
"It's formative and necessary and a part of things to known about the tenderness, vulgarity, violence and selflessness that we're capable of at any one moment and at any one emotional sexual involvement. Dyn Amo is a film about all this, taking as its setting a strip-club, and as its subjects a series of strippers and their admirers" Ros Spain
BONUS: MEMORIES OF DYN AMO (2006 - 18'), by Pip Chodorov and Gloria Morano : Interview with S. Dwoskin and the producer Maggie Pinhorn.