According to Bloody Disgusting, 36 years after the making of the 1978 controversial cult film I Spit On Your Grave, actress Camille Keaton will appear on screen with the director of the original film (Meir Zarchi) in an upcoming documentary on the making of the notorious film.
I Spit On Your Grave featured an extended rape scene in it that caused Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert to claim it as, “Easily the most offensive film” ever made, although Ebert would give a positive review for the equally offensive The Last House On The Left.
In production now, the I Spit On Your Grave documentary will reveal an insight into the controversy surrounding the film, and deliver both a personal and informative look into the film, which is achieved because the film was created by Terry Zarchi who is the son of director Meir.
“Growing up with I Spit On Your Grave has inspired me to tell the story behind the story.” said Zarchi. “This is perhaps the most misunderstood film of all time and Camille Keaton’s involvement will shed some light on the many questions still surrounding the film.“ Consider me intrigued.
Courtesy of Bloody Disgusting