Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
A young man who is a self-described impotent, alcoholic drug addict travels from Italy to Paris with a sculpture containing drugs of unknown content. He picks up a female hitchhiker and is rude and boorish to the young woman as they race towards France in his Fiat. Tired of his decadent life, he laments about how life is so boring he could kill himself for no reason at all. Unfortunately for the viewer, this never happens. This marks the directorial debut for Sandro Franchina in this film that appeared at the 1968 San Francisco Film Festival.
addiction, alcoholism, decadence, drugs, hitchhiker, impotence [lack of power], life-of-crime, suicide-attempt