Joe finds that Elaine, his girlfriend has more than enough trouble with the law. He helps her to avoid imprisonment and together with her and his friend Dan heads towards New York City. ...
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Two misfit brothers hustle cash and chase dreams in the desert. When a mysterious woman threatens to repo their beloved houseboat the brothers cook up an epic con to finally leave their dusty town and sail off on a beam of sunshine to California.
Robert Scott Wildes
Joe finds that Elaine, his girlfriend has more than enough trouble with the law. He helps her to avoid imprisonment and together with her and his friend Dan heads towards New York City. Instead by police, they are pursued by the chain of natural disasters.Written by
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A whacky, free-wheeling story of love, escape, and a series of very weird natural disasters. While made on a very low budget by Angelika Films (the same folks who brought us the Angelika Theatre in NYC) and obviously intended for the art moviehouse crowd, it at least succeeds in being watchable. Judicious, if not always seamless, use of stock footage helps add some bang for the buck to this increasingly surreal tale of two lovers on the run. Technically, the film is somewhat inferior and suffers from mediocre sound and lighting and the filmstock itself is somewhat murky and at times blurry. But the crazy script, decent direction and acting (at least by the principals) make it all bearable.
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