Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Those Restless Years was the reissue title given the three-part TV miniseries Loose Change. Based on the best-seller by Sarah Davidson, Loose Change traces the lives of three women during the tempestuous 1960s. The story opens in 1962, with journalist Cristina Raines, artist Season Hubley and civil-rights activist Laurie Heineman becoming friends while attending Berkeley. Part Two finds the three protagonists reuniting at the 1968 Democratic convention in Chicago. And in the concluding chapter, our heroines find themselves at an Arizona commune. Originally telecast February 26 through 28, 1978, Loose Change transmogrified into the slightly reedited Those Restless Years for its two-part July 1978 rebroadcast.
woman, activism, artist, writer, coed, college, political-upheaval, commune