Based on the Starkweather-Fugate killing spree of the 1958, in which a fifteen-year-old girl and her twenty-five-year-old boyfriend slaughtered her entire family and several others in the Dakota badlands.
A woman takes the law into her own hands after police ignore her pleas to arrest the man responsible for her husband's death, and finds herself not only under arrest for murder but falling in love with an officer.
George, after getting out of prison, begins looking for a job, but his time in prison has reduced his stature in the criminal underworld. The only job he can find is to be a driver for ... See full summary »
Lula's psychopathic mother goes crazy at the thought of Lula being with Sailor, who just got free from jail. Ignoring Sailor's probation, they set out for California. However their mother hires a killer to hunt down Sailor. Unaware of this, the two enjoy their journey and themselves being together... until they witness a young woman dying after a car accident - a bad omen. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
Baby Please Don't Go
Written by Big Joe Williams (as Joe Williams)
Performed by Them
Published by MCA Music Publishing, a Division of MCA Inc. (ASCAP)
Courtesy of PolyGram Special Products
a Division of PolyGram, Inc.
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Wow! Let me think, what was the point of this film? Oh, I know, NOTHING! More David Lynch nonsense. The movie tells the story of two star crossed lovers that must go out on the road, so Lynch can use his lighting a match in the dark, headlights at night, and other lame trademarks. Typical Lynch, you keep wondering if there is a point out there, anywhere, but there is not. It is simply Lynch trying to make a cool movie. Using cool actors and cool music to make a cool waste of time. Why doesn't this guy just make music videos?
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