This film is a must-see. It's populated with so many names that would go on to far better projects that curiosity alone should attract viewers. In addition, it's not that bad a film, perhaps indicating things to come from its cast and production staff. Strasberg plays a 17-year-old deaf
girl who runs away to San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district. She's looking for her older brother, Dern, an artist who's tuned in, turned on, and dropped out. In a coffee shop she encounters a failed rock band led by none other than Nicholson. He and his cohorts (Roarke and Julien) convince her
to change from the "square" clothing she sports to something infinitely more hip, like a...