US film poster
|Directed by||Arthur Marks|
|Produced by||Charles Stroud|
|Written by||Arthur Marks|
|Music by||Carson Whitsett|
|Cinematography||Robert Charles Wilson|
|Edited by||Richard Greer|
|Distributed by||General Film Corporation|
Sisters Myra and Ellie Thomas live in Glendora, California, with their abusive stepfather, Charley, who was married to their now-deceased mother, Bonnie. When the stepfather tries to rape the younger Myra, Ellie shoots him with a shotgun. Rather than reporting the death to the authorities, the two sisters flee to Los Angeles to live with their only known relative, a wealthy uncle named Ben Siemen. Unbeknown to Ellie, the uncle soon has her involved in a money-laundering operation, but when she uncovers the nefarious scheme, she double-crosses her uncle and absconds with the money. Ellie then directs Myra to meet her in El Paso, Texas, with plans for them to flee the country. A string of unfortunate deaths ensues as the uncle and his hitmen attempt to retrieve the money.
- Tiffany Bolling as Eleanor "Ellie" Thomas
- Robin Mattson as Myra Thomas
- Steve Sandor as Larry
- Scott Brady as Ben Siemen
- Lenore Stevens as Diana Siemen
- Alex Rocco as Eddy
- Leo Gordon as Charley
- Max Showalter as Frank
- Timothy Brown as Digger
- Luanne Roberts as Paula Clark
- Sharon Gless as Sharon
- Hedgemon Lewis as himself
- Sam Neely - "Blue Time"
- Estelle Silberkleit - "Escape"
- Carson Whitsett - "Got To Be A Way"
- Carson Whitsett - "Someday I'll Understand"
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