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Out (1982 film)

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Director  Eli Hollander
Music director  David Cope
Language  English
2.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Duration  
Country  USA
Out (1982 film) movie poster
Writer  Ronald Sukenick, Eli Hollander
Release date  1982
Screenplay  Ronald Sukenick, Eli Hollander
Cast  Peter Coyote (Rex), Jim Haynie (Carl / Tommy / Optometrist), Danny Glover (Jojo / Roland), Scott Beach (Sailor)
Similar movies  Pennies from Heaven (1936), Ninth Street (1999), Luna (1979), Pororo Movie (2013), The Keeper (2004)
Tagline  An explosive plot against the government.

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Deadly Drifter (also known as Out) is a satirical 1982 film directed by Eli Hollander. The film is based on Ronald Sukenick's 1973 novel, OUT. It stars Peter Coyote, O-Lan Jones, and Danny Glover. The movie tells the tale of Rex (Coyote) roaming the U.S. doing various assignments for a mysterious group of "urban guerrillas" they call "Our Friends". In each meeting the person or persons designated "It" carries a hidden stick of dynamite. Director Eli Hollander summarizes the film, "A subtitle of it could be 'From Yippie to Yuppie. And the '80s are certainly the age of yuppies. The film does kind of chronicle the history of the transformation from the '60s into the '80s."

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Synopsis

The film is about a team, known as "Our Friends", searching for the "Old Man", who is dying. Their trip across the U.S. takes many twists and turns along the way, as you see through the eyes of the main character, Rex/Harrold, who ultimately questions society. Whales are part of his ultimate revelation.

Structure

The film is structured in a 10 part journey/road film across America from the East to the West. The characters appear and disappear, morphing into other personalities and often using lines from previous scenes, thus the film, though linear, is a cyclic story. The movie was immortalized by O-Lan Jones's heartrending lines "allow simmer" and "you can't have the schleung."

References

Out (1982 film) Wikipedia
Deadly Drifter IMDbOut (1982 film) themoviedb.org


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