Jenny, a deaf runaway who has just arrived in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district to find her long-lost brother, a mysterious bearded sculptor known around town as The Seeker. She falls in with a psychedelic band, Mumblin’ Jim, whose members include Stoney, Ben, and Elwood. They hide her from the fuzz in their crash pad, a Victorian house crowded with love beads and necking couples. Mumblin’ Jim’s truth-seeking friend Dave considers the band’s pursuit of success “playing games,” but he agrees to help Jennie anyway. —IMDb
The man once cited by none other than François Truffaut as one of American cinema’s greatest talents, filmmaker Richard Rush helped launch the careers of such cinematic luminaries as Jack Nicholson and Francis Ford Coppola, though his own stalled after The Stunt Man in 1980. A New York City native whose training in the U.C.L.A. film department fueled his passion of movies, early work as a recording engineer helped Rush learn the technical side of filmmaking, while working in industrial films gave him an eye for continuity and flow. Dubbed “the first American New Wave director” after his 1960 directorial debut Too Soon to Love (which he also wrote and produced) was acquired for distribution by Universal, subsequent exploitation flicks Hell’s Angels on Wheels (1967) and Psych-Out (1968) established him as a filmmaker who could turn out an entertaining quickie on short notice. After Getting Straight became Universal’s highest grossing film of 1970, Rush’s unique style of social satire… read more
It's still completely impossible to get the unedited version of this.Old heads are always complaining on amazon about how hacked up the DVD version is..I'm pissed . I know this is complete hippy exploitation made because it was hip at the moment, bit it is fucking exploitation gold. and the seeds are in it !There are so many freaking great things in this movie, even only with the edited version.