A man and a woman are shown sleeping in a car, it looks like the woman is topless at first but she is later shown wearing a bra. (No nudity)
Two villains try to have sex with a mannequin they are stopped but the mannequin is topless.
A sex scene with a couple seconds of nudity is shown in the grass
There is a sex scene at the beginning of the movie. However, it is very brief and at a distance, nothing much is shown.
A fully-clothed sex scene, lasting about 3 minutes.
We see a man’s butt as he runs through some tall grass.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


No matter how ambitious or imaginative George Miller and Mel Gibson were, it may not be expected that crazy Max will have such a hot restart after the 35th anniversary, and even attract celebrities such as Tom hardy and Charlize Theron. At that time, they were just rookies. George Miller was a general doctor in a hospital in Sydney, and movies were only his hobby; Our future “William Wallace” had only made soy sauce in one film before. Moreover, in this film with a budget of only $650000, director Miller had to rack his brains to save money in order to control the cost. Take the leather uniforms of the police in the film as an example. Except that Max and GUS are made of real leather, others wear PVC artificial leather.

One of the difficulties of watching old movies is that the audience must always remind themselves not to be influenced by the current vision, otherwise many former classics will become worthless. From this point of view, “crazy Max” is not far away, even if it does not become a bad film. The plot is simple, the stunts are mediocre, the music is strange, and especially the chaotic and ridiculous dialogue is the most unbearable. It is hard to imagine that such a film has captured more than 100 million US dollars at the box office around the world and ranked among the 1000 best films in history rated by the New York Times.

So what makes the film get such a box office that does not match the quality, or what makes a considerable number of viewers buy it? Personally, I think there are no more than two reasons. First, although Miller set the time of the story in the near future, its background draws on the real events of the past. In 1973, affected by the outbreak of the fourth Middle East War, the international organization of petroleum exporting countries announced an oil embargo in order to combat Israel and other countries, which led to a surge in crude oil prices, and the oil crisis gradually spread to the world. Of course, Australia is no exception. For people who are used to taking cars instead of walking, the rise in oil prices has not only disturbed their original life, but also made people panic and shaken social order. As a result, violent incidents bred by competing for fuel are common, and people are becoming more and more unscrupulous in order to ensure that they can drive on the bus. In Mad Max, one of the evil deeds of the flying car gangs is to openly rob gasoline. Such background setting naturally recalled people’s collective memory at that time, and it is easy to arouse the natural favor of the audience.

Second, Miller constructed a desolate and dilapidated, social collapse, and anti utopian world of violence. For the vast majority of people who are always bound by social norms and laws, such a world is undoubtedly very attractive. Just think, is there anything happier than cutting the enemy with your hand? As the old saying goes, “to relieve your hatred, draw a sword and cut off your enemy.”. Rather than inspiring everyone’s psychology of punishing evil and punishing evil, the film gives us a virtual experience of living in a wild, dangerous but free world. This kind of plot is now common, but it was enough to create a strong sense of freshness and excitement at that time. When I saw the desolate land and the rampant flying car party in the process of watching the film, I suddenly thought of the classic Japanese animation Beidou Shenquan. They have many similarities in setting. In an era of declining order, the only way to live is to take up arms and fight violence with violence, otherwise they will be slaughtered.

Of course, there are all kinds of motorcycles and cars that make men’s blood boil, especially Max’s car – Ford Falcon gt351. With its muscular rough shape and roaring V8 engine, it shows the beauty of wild and unrestrained masculinity, which is very consistent with Max’s temperament. It’s a pity that the paragraphs of flying car chase are few and short. At the same time, the process of revenge is also a little sloppy, which inevitably makes people feel that there is still more meaning and nowhere to vent.

Crazy Max is destined to be a work of polarized evaluation. It is full of personality and rough. On the one hand, it leads the new wave of Australian Films and opens up the global market. On the other hand, it is difficult to be accepted by modern audiences because of various shortcomings. However, when the “Mad Max: the road of Fury” is re installed, and various elements are transformed and even promoted to a new generation of evil code after the transition of the times, we might as well look back at the budding works of this series. At least uncle Mel Gibson was a small fresh meat when he was young.

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