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do yourself a favor and watch the david bowie movie instead.
this is a mediocre and bewilderingly naff u.s. t.v. film of the much better nic roeg cult classic which i watched one night many moons only for comparison. i can't honestly figure out why they bothered. it didn't even bear relation to the originl novel by walter trevis but above all the adult content which features prominently in the movie was sadly lacking!
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