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Come Together (1971)
"Cometogether" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  25 September 1971 (USA)
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An American stuntman working on spaghetti westerns in Europe picks up two pretty American tourists and they decide to take a road trip around Europe together. However, things don't turn out exactly as each of them expected.

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An American stuntman working on spaghetti westerns in Europe picks up two pretty American tourists and they decide to take a road trip around Europe together. However, things don't turn out exactly as each of them expected.

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Fantasy becomes reality in the games girls play!

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Strangely familiar but quite unique
27 March 2009 | by (Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

This is a rather strange film. On one hand, it's one of those independent American productions that came out in the wake of "Easy Rider", but on the other hand there was obviously a lot of Italian money involved as the film locations were all in Italy or Spain and the two main actresses--Lucianna Paluzzi and Rosemary Dexter--were European (even though their characters are American), and moreover, the whole thing is post-synched like an Italian movie rather than a Hollywood one.

Expatriate spaghetti western American actor Tony Anthony plays an expatriate spaghetti western American stuntman named "Tony". He meets two American women (Paluzzi and Dexter) while in Rome and the three of them embark on tour of Italy which eventually turns into a sexual menage a trois. The movie has a lot of music (by the 1960's band the Youngbloods), a lot of voice-over narration, and a lot of flashback scenes (Anthony's character in Vietnam, Dexter's character getting an abortion, etc.). It really doesn't have much of a plot, but it is fairly effective at creating the mood (both free-spirited and nihilistic) of its particular time and place. It kind of reminded me of "Smoke" with another American expatriate Lee Hazelwood, but that film was set in Sweden and had a lot more of a story.

Paluzzi(typically)and Dexter(very atypically)keep their clothes on, but they are both pretty appealing. Anthony is not great actor by any means, but then he doesn't have to deliver a whole lot of dialogue here. This movie has a really strange ending that kind of resembles "Easy Rider", but also resembles a lot of Italian movies of the era like "Zabriskie's Point". It's an interesting movie in that it seems vaguely familiar, but at the same time is quite unique.


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