(Bedford/S&M Productions 1998)


Melissa Behr
Sherrie Rose


Sherrie Rose
Melissa Behr
Billy Wirth
Seymour Cassel
M. Emmet Walsh
Grace Zabriskie
Patrick Dempsy
Traci Lords
Kenau Reeve and Dogstar


Two very screwed up female bikers (Sherrie Rose and Melissa Behr) meet in drug rehab. One thinks she knows where the stolen original Capt. America Easy Rider bike is, up in Montana. So the two break out of rehab and head north looking for the bike..




This is the second biker flick I've run across that's written and directed by women. It shows in this one too. Don't get me wrong, I liked the film. But women seem to have a different perspective than men, you can see it in their work. For example, this film spent a lot of time on just how screwed up these two women were and how they got that way. Not enough time on the plot of looking for the Easy Rider bike, if that was really the plot at all, or just a device to give the two a destination? I really don't know? For the answer to that, you'll have to ask Sherrie and Melissa... Just my opinion, I could be wrong, It's happened before.......