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You Are What You Eat (1968)





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This documentary that examines the hippie counterculture is a montage of film clips and interviews from those who have turned on, tuned in and dropped out. Marijuana-smoking flower children are chronicled as they voice their opposition to the war in Vietnam and other political and social concerns. Excellent music is provided by The Electric Flag, Tiny Tim, Paul Butterfield's Blues Band, Harper's Bizarre and co-producer Peter Yarrow (of Peter, Paul and Mary). Hysterical teens become the victims of police brutality. A reoccurring gag finds a nun symbolically stranded at the crossroads. The film tries to explain the ideology behind the youth culture and is reflective of their attitudes in the year 1968.


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