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The opening scene shows a topless dancer (Randee Lynne Jensen) in a bar, several very quick views of her topless.

Laurie (Valerie Starrett) gets in a cab and a guy puts his hand on her thigh, implying she's having sex for money. Later Angel (William Smith) makes a derogatory remark about the way she raised money for his bail.

Several men in a boxcar proposition Laurie and try to rape her but Angel violently stops them.

Angel and Laurie make out in an old building, later make out on the beach, but stay clothed.

Laurie undresses for a shower, but the camera avoids any nudity.

Angel and Laurie have sex, she shows her bare back and side views of bare breasts.

A fight breaks out in a bar after one of the bikers calls a woman a slut.

Angel threatens to hit Laurie, he later grabs her arm roughly.

Several bikers fight among themselves.

One of the bikers forcefully rapes a teenage girl. We later see her bloody face.

Angel finds Laurie who has been beaten by the bikers.

The bikers get in a fight with Angel, bloody faces, and one is shot.

Numerous hells. One each of damn, b*s*, screw you, s*o*b*, bastard.

Guys in a boxcar share a bottle of liquor.

Angel offers Laurie a joint and then he smokes it.

The bikers drink in a bar.

Angel and Laurie drink wine several times.

One of the bikers smokes, but can't tell if its a regular cigarette or a joint.

Angel and Laurie are pursued by a biker gang. Other intense scenes are described in the violence section.


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