Friday and Saturday, September 21 & 22 at 7:00pm
Sunday September 23 at 2:30pm & 7:00pm
Monday and Tuesday, September 24 & 25 at 7:00pm
NR, 86min, Documentary
Doors will open 30 minutes prior to each showing. Tickets are $8.50 General and $7.50 for Seniors & Students.
Every Tuesday from 6:30-7pm, enjoy Rick Mazurowski on the Mighty Palace Pipe Organ.
Directed by : Robert C. Stone
Produced by : John Wehrheim
In 1969, Howard Taylor, brother of actress Elizabeth, bails out a rag-tag band of young Mainlanders jailed for vagrancy and invites them to live on his oceanfront land. Soon, waves of hippies, surfers, and troubled Vietnam vets find their way to this clothing optional, pot-friendly, tree house village at the end of the road on Kauai’s North Shore – the ultimate hippie fantasy, order without rules, perched in a pristine forest alongside a tropical Hawaiian beach paradise; until the locals decide it’s time for them to go.
This intimate documentary explores what life was like on the Taylor camp. The film has been recut with insightful interviews with the residents, archival portraits, and has been newly remastered in beautiful HD.
“The film is valuable and very revealing and entertaining. This is one instance of what happened to the social outcasts, rebels and wild youth of that troubled period.” Sydneys Buzz
For more info about this newly restored version, visit the film’s website here!