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Cycles South

July 16, 2013

Cycles South (1971)

Wednesday, July 17th

8pm – food and previews. Film starts at 8:30 sharp.

Lady Jay’s,

633 Grand St (bet Leonard & Manhattan), Bklyn, NY 11211

Free popcorn, Juke Box Meccanica, $2 Bingo for Prizes. PRIZES!

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Cycles South is a fantastic little documentary. I’ll admit I didn’t know of it until recently when it popped up on Netflix out of nowhere (for online screening only). If it doesn’t make you want to hit the road, I don’t know what will! …This week’s review comes courtesy of The Adventure Travel Film Festival website, and thanks to Youtube, the full film is up there as well (all 7 parts below). Enjoy!

– Corinna Mantlo

part 2

This film pre-dates Easy Rider and On Any Sunday and trumps both!

Probably the most politically-incorrect road movie you will ever see. Tired of their everyday life of drinking and women-chasing, three guys jump on their BSAs with $300 apiece and ride from Colorado to Panama to indulge in some, er, drinking and women-chasing.

part 3

This wild documentary shows our heroes living it up on the road, while exhorting the viewer to do likewise before becoming tied down with work and family. These guys squeeze action and adventure out of every moment —

part 4

diving for their dinner, surfing, dirt-biking, even a spot of bull-fighting! But to make it absolutely clear that this isn’t some kind of introspective soul-searching trip, they also spend a lot of time pursuing every bit of skirt going,

part 5

including a stop-off at a very groovy commune, where they smoke a load of dope and get frisky with the hippie chicks before indulging in some impromptu nude motocross racing!

part 6

If you have ever dreamed of hitting the road with a bunch of mates and behaving extremely badly (and who hasn’t?) this film may finally kick you into action!

part 7

 

 

 

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Larry King permalink
    July 16, 2013 11:22 PM

    Definitely worth seeing. I love the part where they hang out at the commune and they each get issued their own personal hippie chick. Ah, the seventies.

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