This work on a joint at once of several genres of the modern art - music, cinema, a video art - so him it is possible to show not only in cinema halls, but also at exhibitions. In the movie... See full summary »
For followers of R.D. Laing, Thomas Szasz and to a lesser (but I guess also significant) extent Alan Watts, Stanislav&Christina Grof, Ken Wilber.
I understand he is somewhat famous because of his views/experiences with illegal substances, so if you absolutely hate hallucinogens/entheogens you can probably skip the last 20 or so minutes. The earlier part where he speaks about mental illnesses, love, (in)dependence, addiction, the state of psychotherapy, and more is just exceptional.
Mandatory and it's not even close. A pure observational documentary where you see/hear him talking all the time. No distracting images/animation/music. Thank you for that :)
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