Three teenage girls run away from home because they have become jaded by their lives, and their dream is to see the ocean in California. Along the way they face getting drugged, raped and attacked by outlaw bikers. They finally make it to the beach and the peeping-tom pervert from the opening scene blows them away with a shotgun. Then their ghosts dance together in the surf. This movie not only illustrates some of the bad things that can happen to youth on the road, it also shows that no matter how much you travel, no matter how street-wise you become, you don't even have to leave home to be victimized. Their death followed them halfway across the country from their hometown. It was a very sad ending, and the silence as they died made it very surreal, adding to the effect. Watching this movie will produce many mixed emotions. Written by
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Busted from county to county on a one-way trip to nowhere!
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The three girls talk to each other while riding their motorcycles yet they can hear each other with no apparent problems. They do not seem to have to yell to be heard and this is with all three wearing full motorcycle helmets with face shields! See more
References Charlie's Angels