Though we see these ladies in lingerie quite often, there's something particularly erotic about these images; the book is ultimately a celebration of beauty, sexuality and the female form.
Somewhere in the middle, Rust gives the speech which sends Mother out into the desert alone, and that's the best part of the movie.
Seriously, I enjoyed the film, it really did have its moments, and since 1969's the year I graduated, it kind of had some meaning.
But while the bars and stalls were open to every guest over the weekend, there was one where average putners were not welcome: this was where the real Hell's Angels drank, a bar manned by two burly, tattooed security guards.
But Barger, like the rest of the founding fathers, is getting old now.