Stanley, Harry, Sheila and Beth have just finished their first year at Harrad College and have a special bond together. Harrad College isn't an ordinary school. The school conducts an experiment where students from different sex are put together in one room. Sexual freedom is encouraged. Now the summer break has arrived, the four have decided to spend the holidays together. They will visit an old friend of Beth and after that spend two weeks at the families of Stanley, Harry and Sheila. They have to fight against bias however. Not everyone is fond of Harrad College and some see it as only an easy way for the students to fulfill their feelings of lust. Will the relationships and beliefs of the four students hold up under the constant pressure?Written by
Arnoud Tiele (email@example.com)
In the welcome home scene, where "welcome" is purposely misspelled on the banner, the musician playing the Fender Rhodes is Doovid Barskin, at the time one of Capitol Records' A&R men. "We had to give him a part in the picture," producer Stevens quipped, "Otherwise he wouldn't release the soundtrack album. See more »
Living At Peace With Myself
Words and Music by Patrick Williams (as Pat Williams)
Performed by Gene Redding
courtesy of Haven Records See more »
A Throwback for turbulent times!
In these turbulent times, it's nice to go back to your youth. Long story short, if you want to look at a great piece of cinematic history that will take you back to the early 1970's, I recommend this, HARRAD EXPERIMENT and MASH!!!
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