Out of the Blue


Dir. Dennis Hopper (1980).
A miasma of misplaced sexuality and rock’n’roll fetishism, Dennis Hopper’s most brutal and accomplished movie is a punk sequel to Easy Rider or perhaps Five Easy Pieces with Hopper and Sharon Farrell as degenerate travesties of Jack Nicholson and Karen Black, and Linda Manz as the child whom Nicholson lights off for Alaska to escape.

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