Glen and Randa
Independent filmmaker Jim McBride (David Holzman’s Diary) follows a hedonistic, innocent young couple as they roam the post-apocalyptic world in search of a fabled, unspoiled city of dreams.
Independent filmmaker Jim McBride (David Holzman’s Diary) follows a hedonistic, innocent young couple as they roam the post-apocalyptic world in search of a fabled, unspoiled city of dreams, The record of the journey is Glen and Randa, a primitive, desperate odyssey by the last bewildered survivors of an atomic holocaust, stumbling throughout the wreckage of a vanished civilization.
1970 | 94 min | Color | 1.85:1/16×9 Anamorphic | Dolby Digital | All Region | Rated R
- Video Interview with director Jim McBride
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- Scenes from the Cutting Room Floor
- Digitally Restored & RemasteredReviews:
“It’s the most original American film I’ve ever seen.” – Robert Redford
“Glen and Randa is one of the best and most original American films of the year!” – Time Magazine
“Powerfully evocative for the flawlessness of its performance, the excellence of its dialogue and the high quality of the inspiration!” – Los Angeles Times
“Must rank with ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ as one of the great masterpieces of the science fiction genre!” – Show Magazine
“Unquestionably a masterpiece! A film that must be seen by everyone. Startling and beautiful!” – LA Free Press: (Underground)
“Captivating! Breathtaking! A gem!” – UCLA Daily Bruin: (College)
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