This is a solid and well made documentary about the psychedelic movement, the roots, the connection and influence of drugs, the atmosphere, the colors, the sounds, and especially the fantastic movies it created.
A few of the survivors of the psychedelic scene of 67 show up to tell the story. none of the great names is ignored, from Jefferson Airplane to the Beatles, from Grateful Dead to Doors, from Janios Joplin to Andy Warhol. The mention is made quite rightful that this was maybe the best year in the history of rock and pop, with many fantastic groups showing up, each of them talented and powerful, and at the same time each different, creating followers and influencing the history of music until nowadays.
The psychedelic year 1967 remained in history above all because of two things. Music, and the spirit of rebellion, the artistic and politic message of a generation that maybe did not change the world as they were dreaming, but re-defined the role of the young people as an engine of change, from that moment in history forever since.
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