Did not know what to expect when I went to a screening at the AERO Theatre in SM to see a movie that has essentially been "lost" for almost 40 years. Stylistically, it was as if John Ford, Sergio Leone, & Quentin Tarantino made a movie and hired whoever scored Logan's Run for the soundtrack. Yes, sounds a bit ambitious (and probably odd as well), but it worked for me. Despite some "thinness" in the story at times, Geoffrey Lewis' part is well-written, acted & very entertaining to watch. Walken plays his part with brilliant minimalism, forcing you to study every nuance in his face & Kidder is believable as a woman of "ill-repute" searching for her chance to escape indentured servitude. The writer/ director does a nice job of weaving tragedy, treachery, & futility throughout the film. I felt like I was among a privileged few to open a time capsule of a bygone era in which a student film collided with an innovative concept & features household name actors before they were household names.