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HALLUCINATION STRIP 1975

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HALLUCINATION STRIP 1975
IT. film. This film is half police drama, half youth-rebellion story and half psychedelic drug fantasy. See what I did there? Is the mafia supplying LSD to student radicals? Bud Cort (who had recently starred in Brewster McCloud and Harold and Maude) plays Massimo, a mix-up teenager who attends protests, takes drugs and is a sometimes thief.

After the initial setup of introducing self-involved parental figures, misguided hippie youth, criminals and law enforcement, the film shifts into high gear during the drug-induced hallucination sequences that make up a fair amount of the film's running time.

We get surreal asparagus people, topless green snake-girls bursting out of a womb while men in thongs cannibalize a woman wearing a nun's habit. There are rainbow-colored images, fire dancers, an abundance of body paint, bad trips and bountiful nudity.

Essentially, this film is like a late 1960s American youth-drug movie but made for adults and marketed to youth—as seen in the accompanying film trailer. Italian dubbed into English. Bud Cort, Marcel Bozzuffi, Eva Czemerys, Guido Alberti, Settimio Segnatelli, Annarita Grapputo, Leopoldo Trieste, Maurizio Arena, Ennio Balbo, Umberto Raho.

Plus this bonus selection...

JOURNEY IN TIME 1971
U.S. educational film. A very interesting film about the 1960s drug scene. We follow "Donny," a teenage drug user, from 1966 to 1969. He starts by sniffing glue, tries pot, moves to San Francisco, takes LSD and speed, becomes a junkie and goes to Woodstock!


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