This minor little film that never saw the big screen is interesting mainly for it's cast. It is a treat indeed to see the the three leads - William Smith, Carol Lynley and Barbara McNair. These old pros have a wonderful and effortless chemistry together - especially the on-screen jibbing and bickering of Lynley and McNair (who have the telling names of two of the virtues - Grace and Faith). They offer delightful performances that belie the serious undertones of their on-screen crime spree. Add a grizzled (and rather sad) performance by Smith and you have enough talent to offset the attractive but lack-luster lead (Matt Dotson) and an uneven script. The low-budget adds to the charm of this curious little road picture. Given the right director and script, Lynley (an under rated actress) can pull in a fine performance. Its a treat to see her in a more recent film. Kudos to the leads.
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