Israel | 1972 | Amos Sefer
This newly rediscovered counterculture camp classic tells of a group of idealistic 1970s young people who flee civilization for a life of peace, freedom, and happiness on an isolated island. Things are groovy until the clan members' buried animal instincts begin to surface, turning their idyllic Eden into a nightmarish episode of Survivor. "Murderous mimes, robots, blood-thirsty sharks, free-loving debauchery and poignant anti-war monologues by raving mad hippies!" -Grindhouse Releasing.
95 min. 35mm. Cleveland revival premiere.
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