The director interviews a 4 year old kid living with parents in Haight-Ashbury in the 60's.

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Filmmaker Ralph Arlyck interviews his neighbor, Sean Farrell, a 4-year-old living on San Francisco's Haight Street in 1969. Sean gives his thoughts on life in his home, a hippie crash pad, and casually mentions that he smokes pot, which caused this short film to become a national sensation. Written by Snow4849

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26 February 1970 (France)  »

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This film was released in France as a program complement of François Truffaut's The Wild Child (1970) See more »

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Ralph Arlyck: What do you think happens when the police find out that people smoke grass?
Sean Farrell: They get busted. But would they bust me if they found out I smoke grass?
Ralph Arlyck: I don't know. What do you think? Do they bust children?
Sean Farrell: No, 'cause they're little. They're too little.
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Followed by Following Sean (2005) See more »

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