Is it possible to summarise the good and bad of late-60s counter-culture in one film? One that arrived anonymously at the BFI, without sound, labelled "a group playing, people dancing, people watching, kids, huge penis imitation"? Like the leaflet held up in front of the camera that might just explain everything, the purpose of the gathering remains enigmatically out of focus.
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