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On the run from an asylum for the insane, a feisty young girl and her forlorn female companion embark on a surreal journey with a group of traveling erotic dancers. Wandering from the fantastic to the farcical and back again, The Escapees contains all the magic and fairy-tale qualities of cult films like Fascination (1979) and Requiem for a Vampire (1971) and has everything one expects from a Rollin film, including two beautiful young women, startling scenes of death, burlesque shows in a junkyard and erotic lesbian encounters with Brigitte Lahaie!
This is a rare release that marks the film's DVD debut and this version has been re-mastered from the original negative.
Jean Rollin meets Eric Rohmer?! Seriously, that is what it felt like watching this one. A real departure from Rollin's usual style with characters that seem almost cut from another... Read morePublished 9 days ago by 6_zero
For a b-rated foreign film, I appreciated the concept. No spoilers here, nor are they needed, The synopsis is pretty self explanatory... Read morePublished 3 months ago by taraleigha
Did not care for the subject matter or the way it was portrayed in the film.Published 12 months ago by North Carolina Army Mom
Pretentious, slow, random, and not making much sense, but kidding themselves about how daring they are. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Trjgirl
I liked this old movie,maybe it was the mood I was in while watching?I think it was for the raw european content back in the early 1980's or the frenchy style "everything... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Captain Kirk 2013
The Escapees (1981) is a Director Jean Rollin, horror film that tries to sneak up on you with frights, jumping out at you with bizarre genres, like when two young women come out of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bartok Kinski