Mondo Hollywood (A Documentary, 1967)

Counter-Culture. Enter Mondo Hollywood -- the definitive underground celluloid guide to late sixties Los Angeles. As sprawling and bizarre as the city itself, the two hour documentary swings and skews, highlighting all manner of coastal freak -- from the acid proselytizer to the politician, from surf culture to street culture. Directed by Robert Carl Cohen, and shot between 1966-67, this incredibly non-linear doc is a series of vignettes soundtracked by the Mugwumps and Davy Allen & the Arrows. But it's really all about the do what we do, mute it and project it during . . .

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