Sixties flower-power clichés are venerated in this meandering melodrama, which chronicles the rude awakenings of various aging hippies. It's 1985: Free-spirited teenager Cally (Clea DuVall), who's grown up in a Northern California commune with little
supervision from pot-smoking pop Wade (Tomas Arana), senses an immediate bond with former radical Sabine (Daryl Hannah), a troubled woman who blows back into town to care for a dying friend. As Cally slowly learns the details of Sabine's past as an SDS activist who was eventually forced into
hiding, Cally begins to believe Sabine is her mother. Sabine who's emphatically not the maternal type denies...