For a time in the 1960s, Hollywood studios thought that all they had to do to tempt kids from the TV was to pack movies with “shocking” sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll.
But the moguls learned that even the undiscerning youth market would not accept films without substance.
A youthful Don Johnson plays disaffected college student Stanley, whose experiments with casual sex, drugs, and alternative lifestyles form the basis of Leonard Horn’s film.
The hippie philosophy, the music, and the fashions are now pleasantly nostalgic, but Stanley’s aimless odyssey does seem to go on forever.
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