I consider this the best of the anti acid films of the era. This is a Sid Davis film. What sets it apart from the others is the pictures of several dead fetus used as examples of chromosome damage caused by LSD. In the other films a fake doctor in a white lab coat in a lab or hospital setting would talk about chromosome damage. That may seem hilarious now, but back then was very serious business: Drop acid and have deformed children. Mr. Davis took it over the top by trotting out the pathetic remains of unfortunate early death and blaming it on LSD. The plot is also pretty good with it's tale of two friends and how dropping acid leads to tragedy. This is all set in groovy Southern California and nicely shot in color.
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