Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
Rebellion becomes apparent to the Establishment when hippie youths paint the town white, burn their draft cards and generally disturb the older generation. A statue of Jesus is taken to a local police station, and roving bands of hippie youths gather on a beach. The Senate decries the behavior of the flower children but offers no solutions or tolerance for their feeling and situations. The action surrounds a young couple who are caught up in the passion of the youth movement in this symbolic cinematic attempt that tries to explain social changes.
hippie, rampage, rebel, teenagers