This Super-8 film was completed as that format was on the verge of being discontinued. Given the limitations of the format, the director chose not to try and synchronize spoken dialogue to the images: people's lips move, but we don't hear what they're saying. Instead, the soundtrack of rock music substitutes for narration. On at least a couple of points, the on screen musical performances appear to have the sound synched to the visuals. The music is chiefly Mexican, although there is brief concert footage of the Rolling Stones, and playing over the opening credits is a Spanish language cover of a Neil Young song. The story concerns 4 young women (one of whom dresses as a nun), who band together as outlaws and go around on roller skates. Backgrounds include some footage of earthquake damaged buildings.
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