After robbing a bank, the criminal Earl Raymond Digs heads to Mexico driving though the desert. Out of the blue, he notes that a policeman riding a motorcycle is chasing him. Earl shots the officer and his motorcycle hits his car, blowing up both vehicles. Earl decides to walk through the desert to reach Mexico, but the policeman has not died and arrests him. Earl is handcuffed to the officer, but he surprises and kills him. However Earl does not find the key to release the handcuff from his wrist. He decides to cross the desert dragging the corpse. Meanwhile a vulture follows him.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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The cop is dead but watch closely when Earl collapses for the first time. For a few seconds you can see the cop still breathing despite the fact that he is dead. See more
Earl Raymond Digs
You know what's worse than the goddam lawyers and the goddam judges? It's the fuckin' newspapers, man. They tried me in the press. They called me a sick, perverted sadist. That's just total bullshit. I didn't mutilate a single one of those girls until after they were already dead. 'Course, if they knew about the five I killed in Kansas, I'd still be on trial. God, aaaugh! Women! Aaaugh. You can't live with 'em, you can't fit more than one in a trunk at a time.
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