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offline slowdive from floating city near himalaya (Nepal) on 2002-07-19 01:35 [#00315406]
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<---- this is the front image of this extremely rare
italian lsd movie.
this is the only VHS version in english language with greek
subtitle.
does anybody know that movie?


 

offline RobE from London (United Kingdom) on 2002-07-19 01:37 [#00315409]
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No.Tell us more!}:>


 

offline slowdive from floating city near himalaya (Nepal) on 2002-07-19 01:43 [#00315413]
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i have a copy of it and it's really funny! the plot : Aside
from having one of the best titles of any drug movie, this
inept, semi-psychedelic Italian opus will be of interest to
serious Eurosleaze buffs only. Carlo De Mejo stars as Dr.
John, a professor who is terribly upset that one of his
students, (Alex Rebar of The Incredible Melting Man), is a
drug addict. Fearing embarrassment to the university, Dr.
John and his nerdy prize pupil (Eugene Pomero) get Rebar out
to his house in the country. It's all a trick to get him off
of heroin, but in the process Rebar gets Dr. John's pretty
wife (Ewa Aulin) hooked on the drug as well. John eavesdrops
on Rebar, taunting him mercilessly until the crazed addict
ties himself to a bed in order to deal with his harrowing
withdrawal symptoms. Meanwhile, the stoned Aulin dances
about the house pretending to be a Greek goddess, Pomero
tries to talk John out of the whole thing, and director
Roberto Loyola keeps cutting away to a group of Rebar's
hippie friends burning him in effigy at a public park. None
of it makes much sense, and the soundtrack consists of some
of the most horrible late '60s music ever heard in a feature
film (credited to Ronnie Jones and The Man)


 

offline RobE from London (United Kingdom) on 2002-07-19 01:47 [#00315419]
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Sounds crazy!!}:>


 

offline flea from depths of your mind (New Zealand) on 2002-07-19 01:56 [#00315428]
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um..I just like the title


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-03-23 12:45 [#02633868]
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i think it's easier to find, now.


 

offline mermaidman on 2024-03-23 12:52 [#02633870]
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it didn't need a comma


 


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