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Hallucination Generation (1966)

 -  Drama  -  1 December 1966 (USA)
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Eric
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Rodrigo Caballero
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Claude Gersene
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Almer Kessler
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Carl Rapp
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Steve Rowland
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Tame exploitation flick
27 December 2002 | by (Oakland CA) – See all my reviews

Billy Williams (Danny Stone, looking like a young and broody Bob Dylan) is an American drifter in Ibiza, one of the Spanish Balaeric Islands. His mother stops sending him money and he's forced to take up a life of crime and drug abuse. He's manipulated by Eric (George Montgomery), a sleazy importer and amateur chemist who likes to spike peoples drinks with his homemade drug cocktails. The film hints at all sorts of debauchery but can't bring itself to actually show any drug usage other than the occasional furtive pot puff. Shot in an horrifically ugly brown tint, the best parts of the film are the Brakhage-style psychedelic trip sequences. Not the worst of its kind, the film benefits from location photography, but overall looks like it was made five to ten years earlier.


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