Show Synopsis

Amidst such formative shockers as Shivers, Rabid and The Brood, writer/director David Cronenberg dashed off this semi-documentary. Fast Company relates the life story of race car champion Lonnie Johnson. The ubiquitous William Smith, veteran of many a low-budget cycle flick, is quite convincing as Johnson. The film does not shirk in its depiction of the principal character's womanizing, which in itself is surprisingly endearing. Cronenberg also offers an indictment against corporate sponsors who tend to squeeze drivers like ...

Customer Reviews

Write a Review

BD0407

May 16, 2013

THIS IS OKAY FOR THE TYPE OF FILM. EARLY CRONENBERG WORTH THE VIEW.

See All Customer Reviews


This item doesn't have extra editions