Wisconsin farm girl Elizabeth Carlson leaves family and her English teacher lover behind and escapes to New York. There she soon makes a career for herself as a fashion model. During a vernissage she's approached by a mysterious man whose motives are unclear... Written by
Michel Hafner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The quotation in the film was from "Love and Death in the American Novel" (1960, 1966) by Leslie Fiedler
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Elizabeth's purse changes positions when she's asking informations on the mosque. When she's outside the purse is on her left side, but when she's inside the purse goes to the right and later returns to the left again when she's about to leave the place. See more
I'll tell you what I want. Good food. Women. Good cigars. Good beds with fresh sheets. Hot showers in Hilton Hotels. New shoes, poker, blackjack, dancing. Clint Eastwood westerns. That's what I want. And you. I knew from looking at your face.
Referenced in Moscow on the Hudson
Performed by Al Bano and Romina Power
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