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Let The Sunshine In,
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"Where do I go?" That's one of the songs that Claude (John Savage) sings at one point in this film.
This movie feels like you've stepped into a time machine and gone back to the late '60's when the Vietnam war was in effect, and you get a feeling of what it was like to live during that time of protest, etc.
The story, although flimsy, is an interesting one. Berger (Treat Williams) takes the young draft-to-be, Claude, gets him hooked on drugs and parades him around Central Park. The show-stopper is definetly "I Got Life," however that seems to be overshadowed by "Let The Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures)." "Black Boys/White Boys" has got to be the funniest scene in the movie! I laughed so hard that I could hardly catch my breath! It's hillarious!
I cannot watch the last twenty minutes of the film, though. When you order this movie, I think you'll see why.
One question lingers in my mind, though. I have to quote Claude, again. Will we ever "discover why we live and die?"