There are several memorable scenes in what is a truly lousy Sam Peckinpah film—Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974)—which quickly nosedives with an insane script.
Undeniably, a pretty raw experience is offered in this enterprise—raw enough to be offensive. Warren Oates engages in a lot of very dopey, mow-’em-down shooting. Peckinpah strips Isela Vega of her clothes a bit too frequently, and when she confronts Kris Kristofferson . . . well, never mind. See it for yourself if you want to bother.
By the way, I don’t know who Isela Vega is, but her acting has subtlety and quiet appeal. She makes the film seem a little less ridiculous than it is.
The director of Ride the High Country, Major Dundee, and The Wild Bunch made THIS?