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I think that this will become a cult classic - but not for being a good movie. When I was a teenager, I went out with friends to see this movie when it first came out in the late 70's. After it ended, we all gave each other a puzzled look and then expressed it in verbal terms - What was that! We wondered why we had spent good (and scarce) money on this fertilizer-in-celluloid-form. This is why I still remember that movie after all these years.
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