Bizarre and surreal road movie about a biker and his unlikely sidekick. On a quest to fulfill a friend's last wish, Joe takes to the desert road on his 1957 Harley-Davidson and meets a succession of odd characters, including Sam. Sam begins following Joe, on a quest of his own, which necessitates staying in Motel 9's wherever they go. Themes such as friendship, faith, and isolation are brought into sharp relief by strange situations, the lonely road, and the stark emptiness of the desert. There are also several humorous cameos. Written by
Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>
They weren't born to be wild. It just turned out that way.
Did You Know?
's second daughter was born on the first day of filming. See more
You're just a couple of self-indulgent pussies burrowing into your own stupid little cocoons. You probably love that "don't worry, be happy" song.
Hey, I hated that song.
There's a whole world changing out there. If you wanna die in the vine of the implying decline, it's up to you.
References The Hills Have Eyes
Down by the Roadside
Written, Performed and Produced by Michael Doman and The Broken Homes
Engineered by Chuck Ferry
Published by Sole Power Music (BMI) See more