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Mouse and Bird are a couple of sassy and sexy young hitchhikers who embark on a cross country trip in search of freedom, excitement, and independence. The lovely ladies use their bodies as currency and encounter a diverse array of libidinous folks on their journey. Written by
'Teenage HitchHikers' succeeds where many other seventies productions fail: putting down a true slapstick of 1970's ideals. Such as freedom, unrestrictive permissiveness, getting back to nature, and 'free' sex solving the world's problems.
To my knowledge, in this respect 'Teenage HitchHikers' must be unique. It presents us with a refreshing way to put our perception of the 1970-s into their right perspective. Which is pretty easy to do with our present knowledge -- but must have been difficult in 1975, the year this film was made.
That's all there is to say. For the rest this film all breathes true mediocrity. Right down to the acting of the girls, as well as the common looks of their naked bodies: no botox, no pumped-up breasts, no polished skins.
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