This film stands in the very middle of the politics and art convergence. Neither side is well served.
How much change is enough? Elementary, my dear Wilson.
“Always leave them wanting more” is not an admirable aspiration for documentary filmmakers, but an unpardonable sin.
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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