My Film: Day 13

Easy Rider, 1969

What can I say – possibly one had to be at the right age at the right time. If you were, then nothing else needs to be said at this point.

First seen on the big screen. I was 16. I was a Biker Babe and I saw this film with my Biker mates. It was a pivotal moment in my life.

Easy Rider is a unique roadtrip. And, speaking of tripping… real drugs, they say. Well, it was The Sixties.

Who can forget the gut-wrenching climax? Not me.

A fantastic soundtrack on this one.

Wikipedia | IMDB

Directed byDennis Hopper
Produced byPeter Fonda
Written byPeter Fonda
Dennis Hopper
Terry Southern
StarringPeter Fonda
Dennis Hopper
Jack Nicholson
Music byThe Band
The Byrds
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Roger McGuinn
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