Made in 1969 but never released to theaters, Albert Finney and Yvette Mimieux star in THE PICASSO SUMMER, a fairly disastrous attempt to make an arty European-style love story for an American studio, mixed in with some animated sequences.
After attending a party at an art gallery, San Francisco architect George Smith (Albert Finney) and his wife Alice (Yvette Mimieux) return to their apartment, whose walls are covered by Picasso paintings. Depressed over his artistically-stifling job, George is suddenly seized with the urge to
visit Europe and meet Picasso so that he can thank him for creating such inspiring art. Alice agrees, and they fly to France in search of...