I returned to Mexico: the same Mexican buses, the same Mina Hotel, the same Excelsior Cafe. I met two actresses, Brenda and Laura. An artist friend, Jorge Camarillo, lent me his studio. I decided to do a series of "visual poems." All this seemed to flow together effortlessly. The Hag, I thought, is wearing her amiable mask. I had brought some dresses south with me, and some high heeled shoes and stockings, all of which fit, perfectly, the two actresses. They were quite splendid, the two women, adventurous and beautiful. I still had only my Olympus camera, with its 48-second QuickTime videos. I bought a simple work light, and a 200 watt bulb, an extension cord. We strolled through Jorge's studio, up the stairs, into different rooms, an old sofa, Brenda and Laura in their high heels and stockings and little else, elegantly erotic. The Hag seemed to be all around me....
HAG OPENING | CHAPTER ONE | CHAPTER TWO | CHAPTER THREE | CHAPTER FOUR | CHAPTER FIVE | CHAPTER SIX | CHAPTER SEVEN | CHAPTER EIGHT | CHAPTER NINE
The HAG is both a movie and a novel by D.N. Stuefloten.
The movie is an hour and fifteen minutes long, and shot mostly in Mexico.
The novel is 234 pages and has 161 black and white images.
The movie can be seen here, and the novel—both as a paperback and an e-book—is available at Amazon.com