Repo Man is a 1984 American science fiction black comedy film written and directed by Alex Cox in his directorial debut.
Alien corpses, secret governmental conspiracy, psychopathic suburban punks, one-legged dames, a glowing Chevy Nova that flies and some reluctantly heroic debt collectors populate Alex Cox's daring debut feature, Repo Man.
Absurdity, outsider art, and midnight movie mirth collide in this absurdist sci-fi farce that stars the ever awesome Harry Dean Stanton as Bud, who's paired with the against-type casting of Emilio Estevez as Otto Maddox on an oddball adventure that sends up alien invasions, the LA experience, rampant consumerism, punk rock ethos, and all with an unerring energy and sense of sarcastic play.
Another pleasure of the film, of which there are so many, is cinematographer Robby Müller's fresh perspective and cloudless camerawork. A postmodern pageant, Repo Man is a cult classic.
Mirror: Repo Man (with subtitles)