The movie was made in the early 1970's but never released to the public, only shown on a very limited basis for marketing purposes. It has since became a cult film and is said to capture the era of the 1960's much better than "Easy Rider". I and some friends just watched a movie in 1971 in Scottsbluff Nebraska and were walking out when they ask us if we wanted to stay for another film free of charge. We stayed and got to see it.
I would like to re-watch it but cannot find a copy. I had one on order from Amazon last year but they refunded my money and said it is no longer available.
It looks like Scarecrow in Seattle has it. You can rent it by mail. I've never heard of this film but would like to see it myself after viewing some clips and interviews on youtube. The narrative is relevant even today.
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