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Unzipped ★★★ 1994 (R)

Witty, behindthescenes look at whiz-kid fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi as he prepares for the showing of his 1994 collection. Alternately filmed in blackandwhite and color in a variety of film stocks, Keeve (Mizrahi's former lover) captures Mizrahi's varying moods, from his creative struggles to his unique sense of humor and gift for mimicry. Highlights include scenes with Mizrahi's doting mother. Fashionphiles will love every minute, and strictly off-the-rack viewers can enjoy the supermodels on parade. 76m/C VHS, DVD. D: Douglas Keeve; C: Ellen Kuras. Sundance ‘95: Aud. Award.

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