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The Same River Twice (2003)

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From peyote to prozac, a sensitive portrait of five former hippies now approaching middle age.

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From peyote to prozac, a sensitive portrait of five former hippies now approaching middle age.

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Ladies and gentlemen… naked hippies! Enjoy!
1 May 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ladies and gentlemen… naked hippies! Enjoy! Okay, that said, I have to say this documentary, a sequel to filmmaker Robb Moss's 1978 documentary, "River Dogs," catches up with his fellow former Colorado river guides in the present day. It's been compared to Michael Apted's "7Up" series, but it plays more like a real life "Big Chill," minus the soap operatics of a full-blown reunion, but, alas, complete with (thankfully few) existential musings on these fifty-somethings transitions from just-out-of-college wandering river rats, to successful politicians, fitness gurus and… well… river rats. Yeah, I know, life is just a long strange trip for the flower children turned `yuppie scum,' and yet, the film still comes off like a hilariously funny and occasionally sad little story about human beings. Go figure.


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