Ricky, a dim-witted ex-con, meets Beth, a dim-witted waitress, in an Idaho diner. They take off in his car to Washington and begin an affair. Beth, a lonely romance-novel addict, is hopelessly enamored; Ricky is just in it for the (constant) sex. Beth's longing to visit California and Ricky's longing for quick cash leads them into a desperate situation. Director Jost uses a variety of avant-garde visual and narrative techniques, such as montage, collages, split screens and lengthy, tongue-in-cheek monologues to tell the tragicomic story of two complete losers in love. Written by
Marty Cassady <firstname.lastname@example.org>
12 Movements To The Only Conclusion
Did You Know?
(1993), Jon Jost
moved to Europe, where he stayed for the next 10 years, abandoning film in favor of digital video. He returned to the United States 11 years later to make Homecoming
(2004), the beginning of his so-called "Bush Trilogy." See more
All those things didn't really seem to matter any more, whether it was wonderful or it was terrible, all those things didn't exist at all, they went away, and there was...