In this largely avant-garde feature film, Rex is the member of a group of underground revolutionaries with an unknown agenda who receive their orders from picking letters out of a bowl of alphabet soup. Rex and his companion Nixie travel across the country and change their names with each stage of the story (the stages are separated by a countdown of numbers from 10 to 0). They begin in New York City and strive to make it to Los Angeles. Their adventures, misadventures and often bizarre happenstances form the bulk of the narrative. Written by
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The film's budget was a mere $25,000. This cost included the blow-up to 35mm, on which Eli Hollander
got a deal. He used members of his Santa Cruz film class as crew members. See more
[while eating tongue
That tongue smells tasty, babes. Can I have the shulm?
You can't have the shulm. It's not good for you.
Hey, fuck off! I want the goddamn shulm!
The title appears on the screen in a long division problem. A "0" is the divisor and a "1" is the dividend. The quotient is the title "OUT". After the title appears onscreen, a character throws a stick of dynamite and people are seen running from left to right against a brick wall on which is written a number countdown from 10 to 0. See more