Thirty years, three generations, and a lifetime later, award-winning filmmaker Ralph Arlyck returns to San Francisco in search of Sean, the boy who was the subject of his controversy-sparking 1969 documentary.
At the restaurant scene when the two main characters eat the chicken wings, the chicken wings themselves go back and forth between being bitten and unbitten. See more »
Remember how, like, when you used to call people, either they were home or they weren't? You know, like, you got their machine? Now, everybody has a cell phone, but when you call people, it's like, they pick up even less.
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I normally don't comment on movies but this one was important to me. It shows the GREET in the entertainment world. My brother is in a band and has been trying to make it big for years. His band has paid out thousands and thousands of dollars playing in shows and working on a CD. I never really understood why. He has played on numerous cd's and hasn't been paid a penny. In the end the record labels are always paid. This movie may have a little bit more truth than some want to admit or believe. For the few that make it in big time there must be 1000's that are in the same boat. I am going on and on because I have to type 10 full lines. lol
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