The hypnotic and multi-talented Vincent Gallo returns to the wounded puppy role portraying a man tormented by his memory for his one true love. He stars as Bud Clay a man who races motorbikes across the country whilst searching for his childhood sweetheart, Daisy. Along the way Bud meets, rather too easily, many female companions who also have flowery names (Rose, Violet etc) but his interest in these women disappears as quickly as it forms. Between each encounter the viewer is treated to some beautiful landscapes of utter tranquillity creating a very subdued effect. One scene has Bud zoom off into the distance along the white sands and eventually arc in a semi-circle creating a rather special optical illusion of the bike and rider flying through the sky - brilliant. The majority of this indie art flick meanders along at a pedestrian pace and some viewers will find the experience rather tedious, others will praise it a masterpiece. Cloe Sevigny is cast as Daisy and her performance is a bit sloppy in places but, with Gallo as main star and director, it's probably just how he wanted it to be in the shocking sex scene at the end with a very disturbing twist to follow. I'm a big fan of Gallo's talent but I found this one to be a little underwhelming; especially when discovering that he has failed, yet again, to develop his female characters. Worth a viewing but not as good as his previous project Buffalo 66.