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Weed Noted adult filmmaker Alex DeRenzy traded sex for drugs with this documentary about the international marijuana trade, one of his few efforts outside the world of hard-core porn. Book ended by footage of a congressional commission formed by then-president Richard M. Nixon discussing America's laws regarding marijuana and other recreational drugs, DeRenzy and his crew travel across the United States and around the world to study attitudes about marijuana and laws against it's use. In Missouri, DeRenzy interviews a game warden who shows pastures where wild marijuana plants provide home and cover for game birds. A visit to Nepal includes a stop at a shop where hashish is openly sold with government approval. A busy drug market is discovered in Cambodia, with high-grade weed available at bargain prices, and in nearby Saigon, American servicemen talk about the easy availability of marijuana, with factory-rolled joints (complete with cellophane wrapper and tax stamp) sold as "Park Lane Cigarettes." Mexican farmers are filmed cultivating illicit marijuana farms in the hills, and American customs agents discuss their efforts to prevent pot from being brought into the country. And a drug dealer in New York City discusses the pros and cons of his trade and his personal attitudes about marijuana. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
The Acid Eaters A gang of weekend revelers gear up for a few days of fun on the edge in this over-the-top exploitation picture. The clock strikes five on a Friday afternoon, and a gang of part-time bohemians hop aboard their motorcycles and hit the highway looking for kicks. After smoking marijuana, knocking back beers, enjoying nude swimming and engaging in body painting, one of the women sinks to her death into a pit of quicksand following a fight with another gal over the attentions of her boyfriend Artie (Buck Kartalian aka Buckie Buck). After ripping off a hapless motorist to replenish their reefer supply, the partiers pair off for some sexual shenanigans while Artie is able to bring his gal back from the dead with the help of an Indian chief (who works his magic in exchange for $27 and a trading stamp). Finally, the hipsters find what they've been looking for -- the White Pyramid, a twenty foot high monument constructed of sugar cubes dosed with LSD, where Satan (also played by Kartalian) cheerfully feeds them acid from the end of his pitchfork. The Devil encourages them to let go of the last of their inhibitions, leading to a crazed orgy while one of the gals (Pat Barrington) dances frenetically to the accompaniment of a bongo drummer. Cheerfully incoherent and casually amoral, The Acid Eaters also features Lila Lamont, Sharon Carr, Camille Grant and Ernie F. Orsatti (billed as Brick Wahl); Byron Mabe directed under the pseudonym B. Ron Elliott, and exploitation icon David F. Friedman handled the cinematography as Milo Gore. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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