A Q&A with the talented director of the controversial ‘70s flickIf Jonas Middleton’s Through the Looking Glass were released today, it would probably still face controversy for its risqué content. Now to think that the experimental avant-garde filmmaker released his 35mm film back in ’76 is truly mind-blowing. The movie deals with incest and the traumatic sexual experiences of an unhappily married socialite named Catherine. With elements of a psychological horror tale, the film evolves when a ghost takes Catherine to a sexual hell where anything goes. This unique talk with the director will be the inside scoop behind the film’s inspiration and cultural impact.