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Pick-Up(1975)

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  • Psychedelic Drama

    • Nam
    • 4/30/13

    I have really no idea what this film is about. It revolves around three people and a bus posing as a mobile home. Chuck, the main male character is on his way to Tallahassee but when he picks up 2 girls in the Everglades they just don't seem to be in a real hurry to leave. It could be the massive amounts of sex between Chuck and Carol, or the story's continuous flashbacks of who these three people are, or something much deeper. Maureen seems to be a dramatic soul. Her background mainly (or only) consists of a "childhood" trauma of being molested and/or raped by a Priest. Carol's just seems to be about being carefree and having sex, and Chuck's was so short I really don't recall but him being chided by someone, perhaps his mother.The acting is poor. The plot seems non-existent. The music is actually good, in my opinion, and the direction seems all over the place.In saying all that: I quite enjoyed it. Just something about it kept my attention past all those raucous sexploitation films during that time period...plus there's a weird clown. Who doesn't love weird clowns?

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