This dated counterculture film stars Johnson (whose surprisingly long career didn't really take off until he became detective Crocket in NBC Television's "Miami Vice") as a dissatisfied college student who wanders through a series of sexual encounters of all types and lots of drug abuse.
Finally, he decides there must be more to life and leaves it all behind. Johnson's vaguely likable performance and a decent collection of 1960s music on the soundtrack are the only bright spots in this otherwise laughable project. Songs include "Nobody Knows," "Sweet Gingerbread Man" (Michel
Legrand, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, sung by Richie Havens), "Time to Make a Turn" (Larr...