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I cannot overstate the importance of this film in my private development.In 1969 I was eighteen and a freshman at Cambridge University. I was also a near-fundamentalist and a member of the Christian Union. Its officials decreed that Simple Rider was unsuitable for Christian viewing; I'd seen some enthusiastic reviews which made me curious. Moral and spiritual dilemma followed. To view or not to view? I prayed about it - look, this is a long time ago, right - and decided that if it had been OK for the Christian Union's leaders to see it, if only to realise it was morally dubious, then it was OK for me. They hadn't been corrupted, presumably; the King would see that I wasn't either.So I went and it blew me away. I thought then and think now, that this is a magnificently perceptive commentary on hippie culture and one that only the medium of movie can deliver. Naive idealism is weighed vs the squalid reality of drugs (and indeed alcohol). Freedom is portrayed as often aimless, self-indulgent and downright boring. The underlying morality should be seen as puritanical: a celebration of the free-lovin' drop-out Sixties it ain't, more a weary end-of-decade critique thereof. I would have thought there was much to commend it to the Christian Union moralisers, yet as ever they couldn't see past the surface - drug abuse, loose women. Yet it has its high moments, in more methods than one, and is everytime a treat for the eyes.My decision to defy the Christian Union by seeing the movie was an early step out of my fundamentalist prison and I haven't stopped walking yet. No-one's ever going to say me what I can and can't watch again: nor will I censor anyone else's viewing. I'm still a believer, but not of the type that the Christian Union would have thought will ever go to heaven. Guess I'll have to live with that.
Dennis Hopper's Simple Rider is often cited as being an all time classic, and while I don't think this is a nice movie in terms of technical brilliance, it sums up the era it was made and the tongue in cheek, cynical take on the 'American dream' is both potent and well done. This movie is very much a product of the sixties and, like many things from the decade, will everytime be fondly remembered. Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda, boys of substance and substance abuse, wrote the movie together and Hopper directed it. These two were obviously in the thick of what was cool in the sixties, and that gives the movie an element of authenticity as we feel like what we're seeing isn't too far away from the things really going on at that time. The plot is easy and more just a base for the movie to deliver it's true sting than anything else. It follows two motorbike riders on their method from Los Angeles to the Mardi Gras in Fresh Orleans. We follow their exploits as they travel the country meeting different folks including, most notably, George Hanson; an offbeat lawyer, played by the nice Jack Nicholson.The American Dream has everytime been about freedom. But like George Hanson says; it's one thing to talk about being free, but something else entirely to now be it. That's the theme of the whole movie, and the method that it plays out, and the ending especially, aptly portray the difference between telling something and now doing it. The acting performances are a large part of the movie, and the two leads; Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper stick out the most. The two actors brilliantly receive into their characters, and after a while you forget that you're watching actors and begin to think that these folks really are these characters. Jack Nicholson turns up halfway through and steals the show. It's not difficult to see why this actor went on to become one of the greatest of all time. Even here, he shows his charisma and ability to steal the present and that is what he would go on to become popular for doing soon in his career. Last but not least, other nice thing about Simple Rider is the music. Melody was, of course, a large thing in the sixties; and it's a large thing about this movie. Classic rock accompanies the pictures of the two boys rider their bikes, and it's very cool indeed. On the whole, this movie is an out and out classic.
Wyatt was a hero that you should connect with because he wanted to search something better than what life offered so far. The photo that struck out the most to me was this concept of the towns vs the launch street and expansive valleys. I noticed that when they were on the launch street they were meeting interesting down to world folks that shared related concepts with them. They come across the farming family that sit down for family meals and live off of the land. Wyatt seemed to admire this concept of living off the land and the willingness to offer them meal and a zone to sit while most folks would turn strangers away. The family did not stereotype them or disrespect them because of the method they looked.At the mission in the film when they picked up the hitchhiker you should say the distrust that folks had towards every other. Billy did not believe the boy even though the boy was simply trying to do them a favor. Believe in fellow human beings was something rare during the time and it seemed like type acts were suspicious acts. Billy was not a trusting person but he was also a tiny bit paranoid, while Wyatt was willing to trust in the goodness of folks and give them a possibility before judging them. Wyatt figured that the believe had to begin somewhere.We can say when the close minded communities are coming in to enjoy because we are leaving the launch street and coming to the tiny enclosed streets. When they run into George he is their saving grace from this tiny town. George offers a fresh perspective for Billy and Wyatt because he is a suit that does not judge them but he acknowledges the prejudices vs them. He gives them the first straight respond they will obtain on the method the globe works. George's hero was really refreshing and it was interesting that he is the one that gets killed by folks that he 'represents.' I thought that the stage when they finally receive to Fresh Orleans and are tripping the cemetery is really saying of how religion was viewed by Wyatt and Billy. They are tripping and sitting on statues and graves and the women begin to take their clothes off while they run around and curse their parents and the globe in the middle of funeral services. At one mission Wyatt looks up at a statue and sees a nice ball of fire ruining to the earth. This is an omen of how is life will end and it almost seemed like god was scorning them or something with that flash of fire type of like the apocalypse.An aspect of the filming that I found interesting was the transitions that they used to go from stage to scene. The characters would be sitting by the camp fire and then to go to then next stage of them riding off was the three panic-like shots of the incoming scene. I thought that this way went well with the movie and the characters because they were everytime changing scenery in find for something more. They were restless souls with no limits but they do not search clarity in the end. Wyatt felt that their experience in Orleans was not what they had expected and that they had failed but the question of what they had failed at was something that should be many various things. Simple Rider was a shocking movie in a nice method a movie that many youths relate to because of the sense of restlessness and the need to live and be real.
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