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Films for Psychedelic Travellers, Retired
List creator: EKuersten
Created on: March 13, 2003 - 11:31 AM PST
Description: We stormed heaven and were turned back... but in movies we can still dream angel-size.

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Head (Criterion) (1968)
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  This irreverent stream of consciousness classic is a must-see forerunner of EASY RIDER.
Monterey Pop (Criterion Collection) (1968)
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  Will make you cry to think how free and powerful popular music almost was.
Easy Rider (Criterion) (1969)
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  Forget the Diet Pepsi commercial, this still stands as a powerful anti-establishment film.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Criterion Collection) (1998)
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  Gilliam gets all the fear and loathing scarily right.
Apocalypse Now (1979)
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  The 6-in the morning and you're still up staple.
The Bank Dick (Criterion Collection) (1940)
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  When you need to see "everything in real black and white."
Heavenly Creatures (1994)
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  The ferocity of adolescent friendship is a powerful mind-bender, as is this stunning film.
Our Hospitality/Sherlock, Jr. (1923)
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  When you still can't sleep, dream along with Busta
The Beatles: Yellow Submarine (1968)
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  The breakthrough essential
Jimi Hendrix: Rainbow Bridge (1971)
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  Rent it for Jimi, skip past the stoned surfer sanctimony.
The Godfather II (Disc 2 of 2) (1974)
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  That "cold dead look of heavy power" (to quote Burroughs) is nailed to a T. Very anchoring.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
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  "Truth or Illusion, George!"
Ciao! Manhattan (1972)
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  Edie's dark journey down the rabbit hole and into her empty swimming pool.
8 1/2 (Criterion Collection) (1963)
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  Where the film stops, you begin.
Woodstock: Three Days of Peace & Music (The Director's Cut) (1970)
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  A little too self-righteous, but still an ultimately heartbreaking look at where our world almost went.

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