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Changes (1969)

As Kent drives along California coast, he recollects recent events in his life: his dropping out of college, also leaving behind his establishment-oriented roommate and his square parents. ... See full summary »

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Kent Lane ...
Kent
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Julie
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Kent's father
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Kristine, Reporter
Bill Kelly ...
Sammy
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Roommate (as Tom Fielding)
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Black Motorist
Kim Weston
Doug Dowell
Doug Bell
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(as Buddy Hart)
Cindy Mitchum
Monica Peterson
Christopher Hayden
Clarice Gillis

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As Kent drives along California coast, he recollects recent events in his life: his dropping out of college, also leaving behind his establishment-oriented roommate and his square parents. But above all the suicide of his passive girlfriend Bobbi after he dumped her. He's so filled with guilt he crashes his car, but isn't hurt. He then meets journalist Kristine who is making interviews with college students in America. They sleep together but he wants to move on. He then meets experienced divorcée Julie; they get along well and she finds him a job and a place to live. But Kent's search for a meaning in his life urges him to move on once again. Written by fabreu

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It's Life's Illusions I Recall... I Really Don't Know Life At All. See more »

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Drama | Romance

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M | See all certifications »
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5 July 1969 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

As Incertezas de um Jovem  »

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2.35 : 1
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I'll Be The One
Written by Tim Buckley
Performed by Tim Buckley
Courtesy of Elektra Records
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Excellent
11 November 2001 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

An excellent movie about a young man who wants to find himself, very 60ies-like and good photographed. The music is also fantastic. Most of the songs come from Tim Buckley and his album Goodbye und Hello. This is one of my all-time favourite movies, an independent production from director Hall Bartlett, who later become famous with the movie Jonathan Livingston Seagual. If you love the 60ies and want to understand the feeling of this time don't miss it!


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