Anyone who appreciates both Passover and nudity is in for a special treat: conceptual filmmaker Carrie Dashow’s "The Great Convergence," a cinematic representation of the Hillel Sandwich (charoset and bitter herbs between two sheets of matzo) performed by naked actors.
Warning: The video’s college-aged hippie flesh, though completely lacking in sexual appeal, may still make it NSFW.
"The Great Convergence" was banned from its host project, Projecting Freedom: Cinematic Interpretations of the Haggadah, because the copious dick and flab makes it inappropriate for general viewing audiences. The actors spraying liquid condiments all over each other probably doesn’t help much, either.
For those unfamiliar with avant-garde cinema, never fear. The religious symbolism here is fairly overt. The ketchup represents the sweet, fruity charoset; the mustard represents the bitter maror; and when all the actors fall flat to the ground it’s a visual representation of the flatness of matzoh. Obviously.