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Breathing Together: Revolution of the Electric Family (1971)

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Credited cast:
Don Cox Don Cox ... Himself
R. Buckminster Fuller R. Buckminster Fuller ... Himself
Allen Ginsberg ... Himself
Fred Hampton Fred Hampton ... Himself
Abbie Hoffman ... Himself
William Kunstler William Kunstler ... Himself
Timothy Leary ... Himself
John Lennon ... Himself
Jerry Rubin Jerry Rubin ... Himself
John Sinclair John Sinclair ... Himself
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Canada

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English

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15 April 1971 (USA) See more »

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CAD 50,000 (estimated)
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Edited into Growing Up in America (1988) See more »

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incoherent babbling
14 January 2006 | by BitterAsHellSee all my reviews

Saw this back in the 90s some time. As I recall, a good number of the "thinkers" interviewed came off as completely incoherent. And when they did attain some level of clarity in their presentation, the ideas expressed often bore no relation to reality( eg. everyone should be released from jail because all criminals are political activists). Buckminster Fuller's observations were especially rambling.

But if you get the chance, this film is worth a look, if only to help you understand why the counterculture eventually fell flat on its face. Plus, proof positive that Fuller's reputation as a profound thinker was completely without basis.


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