Quote by Robert Rodriguez
Exploitation films were famous for taking an issue an exploiting it because they could move much faster than a studio could. If there was any hot topic, they would run out and make a quick movie and make a buck on it, by changing it around and using it, in some way, to give some relevance.
This quote highlights the nature of exploitation films, which were known for capitalizing on current issues at a faster pace than traditional studios. Exploiters would swiftly produce movies that addressed trending topics, modify them for their purposes, and profit from them. The primary aim was to generate quick revenue by using and altering the subject matter to appear socially relevant. Ultimately, exploitation films were driven by the desire for monetary gain and the ability to react rapidly to popular concerns.
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