The kinky Lisztomania (1975)--starring Roger Daltrey--got the most attention, but director Ken Russell made a series of bizarre biopics in the 1970s. Savage Messiah (1972) is his tribute to French sculptor Henri Gaudier-Bzrzeska--and, no, we’ve never heard of the guy, either. But since it’s a Ken Russell film, there’s plenty of wild sex and nudity in this tale of Henri’s happy marriage to older woman Dorothy Tutin. Russell’s typically crazed visionary style can still appreciate a younger beauty, though. Just check out the spectacular parade put on by Helen Mirren.