The Dailies (rushes) had to be sent to Toronto, Canada to be processed and then returned to Dillard, Georgia the next evening for viewing. rushes were watched in the dining room of the The Dillard House on a projector shipped from Toronto for the length of the shoot. See more »
The film stars Henry Silva as a country bumpkin who catches the power repairman having sex with his wife. He kills him, as a bunch of college kids (headed by Nicholas Campbell) witness to the killing. Campbell doesn't believe in violence, but finally realize he must battle Silva with a chainsaw. Fruet is Roger Corman of Canada give the same slick style of directing as he did in HOUSE BY THE LAKE. The films photography is dark, and the script pace is very slow. It's worth a look for those who like to see Canadian tax shelter films.
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