Discussion in 'Hippies' started by Duncan, Jun 7, 2018.
TRIBES comes to mind for me.
another one is MAYBE I'LL COME HOME IN THE SPRING.
I think The film "Orange sunshine" as well as The film "The sunshine makers" does just that. These films are documentaries, so they literally revisit that point In history through first hand accounts as well as reenactments. Of coarse "orange sunshine" focuses on Mike Randall and the brotherhood of eternal love, while "the sunshine makers" focuses on Nick sand and tim scully.
I can think of plenty of others, but will stop here for now.
(I missed the actual hippie days, my parents were hippies during the 60s and 70s, so I guess I am a 2nd generation hippie, however, I know enough people who were there to get a good idea of what these times were like, plus, there are isolated pockets of 1968 all over the world, in some places the 60s and their spirit still exist in full force. ...even modern dead shows encompass some of that original spirit and can at least somewhat resemble that amazing point in 2Oth century history.
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