He speaks to the unhealthy ways of people in the United States who suffer from obesity.
You think you’re going to see a documentary film about a man who’s trying to change the world. The meat of the film actually comes about midway through alluding to prejudices he faces from legal authorities in Tulsa as a free-spirited bike-rider.
The film, directed by Jeremy Lamberton, runs about 90 minutes, it covers Biker Fox and his everyday life. He wears his hair long, listens to loud heavy metal music, and oh yeah, he’s over 50 years old. He loves his life and has no problem showing it. Biker Fox doesn’t fall into the stereotypical box of what a Oklahoma resident should be, which is why he faces conflicts from neighborhood folk.
Biker Fox is big on freedom and expressing himself, he’s so random and unique that he even develops a bond with wild animals, feeding them directly from his hand. The wild animals didn’t bite Biker Fox, but the legal authorities certainly did try. He was met by zoning officials regarding his home, had his face jammed into the ground for ‘assaulting’ an Oklahoma police officer, eventually was met with three felonies in one year.
If you try to put somebody in the corner and try to control them, they’ll eventually jump at you and try to defend themselves. That’s what Biker Fox tries to do in ways only he knows how.
It’s an interesting film, a perfect piece of evidence that though we’ve come far as a nation, we’ve still got a long way to go. It’s probably not going to win any major film awards but Biker Fox is quite a character and will be stuck in your head once you’ve finished the movie whether you like it or not.
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