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This film was directed by Carradine himself, and embodies his unique screen presence and character. It is a minimalist, somewhat surreal film of an American midwestern drifter, and depicts a certain odd aspect of the midwest that few films have been able to. A certain maladjusted yet benevolent alienation at the core of the loner.
Wim Wenders' "Paris Texas" comes to mind as another film that portrays the cultural impotence of midwestern existence.
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