Vicious carpetbagger/mayor Robert Vaughn sets his sights on a politically correct group of young people, living a communal lifestyle in the old west. He wants to take the land they live on and it's abundant water supply in order to secure a railroad line for his town. Complicating things is a Romeo And Juliet style romance between Vaughn's daughter and one of the youths.
Here, Vaughn gives the pirates of the Caribbean a run for their money in the eyeliner department, while guest-star Willie Nelson sits around looking very embarrassed. Meanwhile, the youth commune is into ritualistic branding and is led by a mystical albino who may or may not be a ghost!
There's also excessive, corny use of voice-over thought by one of the characters and at least three skinny dipping scenes that appear to exist solely to get some bare breasts into the picture.
The whole absurd mess is capped by an painfully pretentious end scene that attempts to turn this silly junk into a message movie. Hey Mister B-movie director, save your lectures for class!
I say skip it.
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