This film stands in the very middle of the politics and art convergence. Neither side is well served.
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A time capsule of boomer radicalism, sex, politics, orgone accumulation and bad poetry.
This is a film that, despite its pleasures, is best remembered for what it inspired rather than what it accomplished.
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