A sleeper hit of the early 1980's, 'Eating Raoul' is a bawdy, gleefully amoral tale of conspicuous consumption. Warhol superstar Mary Woronov and cult legend Paul Bartel (who also directed) portray a prudish married couple who feel put upon by the swingers living in their apartment building. One night, by accident, they discover a way to simultaneously rid themselves of the "perverts" down the hall and realize their dream of opening a restaurant. A mix of hilarious, anything-goes slapstick and biting satire of me-generation self-indulgence, 'Eating Raoul' marked the end of the sexual revolution with a thwack.
Audio commentary featuring screenwriter Richard Blackburn, production designer Robert Schulenberg, and editor Alan Toomayan
The Secret Cinema (1966) and Naughty Nurse (1969), two short films by director Paul Bartel Cooking Up "Raoul," a 2012 documentary about the making of the film, featuring interviews with stars Mary Woronov. Robert Beltran, and Edie McClurg