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This highly polished, wide screen adventurous romp is the first Kiwi version of the Spaghetti western with a "tone so deadpan it becomes laugh-out-loud funny" -...
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This highly polished, wide screen adventurous romp is the first Kiwi version of the Spaghetti western with a "tone so deadpan it becomes laugh-out-loud funny" - Variety.
Isabella (Inge Rademeyer) is a well bread feisty young English woman is orphaned at 18 and packed off to her uncle's ranch in wide open God's country out West USA. But within hours of stepping of the train she is caught in a sudden gunfight during a saloon robbery and is kidnapped by a steely-eyed desperado (Cohen Holloway). Dangerous and silent he rides off with Isabella across his saddle. At the first opportunity he tries to have his way with the beautiful Isabella but she is disconcertingly clean and he is struck by a sudden case of performance anxiety. With a trail of bodies behind them and a posse in hot pursuit - the outlaw, with Isabella in tow, goes in search of a cure for his erectile dysfunction . Heading to a town doctor, chinese herbalists, and a Native American medicine man. In the process, Wallis reveals a deep vein of decency in his "Man-with-no-name" and draws him into a most unconventional and ultimately tender love story that is "meant to be seen on the big screen. " - Leonard Maltin
"The ravishing New Zealand landscape portrays the American West in Mike Wallis’s Good for Nothing...movie of humble, welcome charms." - The New York Times