A documentary about various singers, musicians, artists, astrologers, etc., who attended a "New Age" gathering in Maui, Hawaii.

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A documentary about various singers, musicians, artists, astrologers, etc., who attended a "New Age" gathering in Maui, Hawaii.

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March 1972 (USA)  »

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Jimi Hendrix, o athanatos  »

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Crazy Credits

The copyright notice is the first credit to appear onscreen. Following this, there is a long series of 70's-style animation (checker-screen wipes and all) over the other opening titles. See more »

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References Too Late the Hero (1970) See more »

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In From the Storm
Written and Performed by Jimi Hendrix
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Appreciate the Film For Its Own Merits -- A Historical Gem!
24 August 2007 | by (Phoenix, AZ, USA) – See all my reviews

To begin, it would be a mistake to approach viewing this film as a "Jimi Hendrix film." As I understand it it began as a documentary about the Rainbow Bridge meditation center. When it was filmed nobody knew Jimi's death was but two months down the road. The film was supposedly bankrolled by the Brotherhood of Eternal Love (qv) -- the loosely knit communal family that first delivered mass quantities of high-quality LSD and Afghan hashish to the western world.

That said, the film could have benefited from some better writing and editing. Still, we are provided a window upon a moment in time and space when a positive vision of what might have been was still alive and progressing. Take the film and appreciate it. There will be no more like it. As strange as it appears at first glance it is valuable historical footage that is like none other. The Hendrix footage is just a bonus -- the icing on the sunshine-frosted cake.


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