Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

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Directed by: Monte Hellman

Stars: James Taylor, Warren Oates, Laurie Bird

Language: English + Commentaries (3tracks) | Subtitles: English (embed)

(Commentary with director Monte Hellman and filmmaker Allison Anders)
(Commentary with screenwriter Rudy Wurlitzer and film professor and author David N. Meyer)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Description: While drag-racing through the American Southwest in a Chevvy 150, a driver and his mechanic cross paths with an alluring hitchhiker and the inexperienced, tall tale-spinning driver of a GTO.

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8 Responses to Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

  1. Harlan says:

    I agree with above comments, but also wish some American would have made a real American road movie that didn’t portray the prospects of young people being a hopeless road into oblivion. Seems those foreign movie makers had more of an agenda against Americans than a will to portray the American youth of the 60s and 70s. That goes for the Italian Antonio Michelangelo too, whatever his agenda was when filming in the US which I’m at loss to know, more than to push Marxism and getting to know even more women willing to undress.

  2. Frank says:

    How about ‘Fear Is the Key’? Not really a road movie, but it does have some of those elements I think?

  3. From Chicago says:

    Thank you for this upgrade!

  4. temnix says:

    Man! To think that there really were such things as road movies once. Stories about open spaces… Today there would be minimarkets at every turn and, naturally, it would all be observed from space by Google and broadcast around the world. What is it about humans that makes them want to destroy freedom wherever they find it?

  5. Jeff says:

    This movie and ‘Vanishing Point’ are the two best road movies of the ’70s. They’re a great double feature.

    https://rarelust.com/vanishing-point-1971/

  6. SB says:

    RL – you rock! One of the best road trip flicks ever – thank you so much for the help with this one.

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