Mar 13, 1981 · Directed by Martin Ritt. With Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones, David Keith, Miriam Colon. A prostitute and a drifter find themselves bound together as they make their way through the rural South, doing what they have to do to survive.
- Martin Ritt
Jun 27, 1977 · Backroads is a raw movie packed with powerful political content in the dialogues between Bill and Gary. You learn a lot about Aboriginal culture and white concepts as you travel with the movie's characters. However, Backroads is sometimes too lengthy.
- Phillip Noyce
Directed by Shirley Cheechoo. With Renae Morriseau, Max Martini, Sheila Tousey, Shirley Cheechoo. The tale of an unfortunate woman in a remote Canadian reservation.
- Shirley Cheechoo
Nov 28, 1997 · Year 1974, Spain. Felipe (Fernando Ramallo) is a teenager who travels with Lorenzo (Antonio Resines), his widowed father. Their only property is the Citröen DS with which they go from one side to another.
- Emilio Martínez Lázaro
Watch "Backroads" filmed near the onset of their careers and watch them pull you in. In the movie, she's a hooker and he's a stumblebum and they travel across the country hitching rides and living hand to mouth one exploit after the other.
Travel the endless highways of America in this travel series. Oscar-nominated filmmaker Katja Esson guides us through the trails of the country, exploring the histories and dreams symbolized by these many roads, from a time before chains and franchises.
Two strangers - one white, one black - steal a car in western NSW and head for the coast. Jack is abrasive, cunning and disparaging about Aborigines. Gary...
Not Yet Rated 1 hr 45 min Romance, Drama Spain, 1974. A teenager and his father are traveling in a car that is the only property they have. Their life is a continuous move by desolate coastal...
Backroads to Vegas (TV Movie 1996) - IMDb Directed by Kirsten Bulmer. With Casper Van Dien, Janelle Paradee, Margaux Hemingway, Marklen Kennedy. On the road to Las Vegas, a hitchhiker forces a woman to tell him three erotic tales in order to survive.
- Kirsten Bulmer
- Not Rated