About the film: A father is trying to adjust to the cerebral trauma suffered by his estranged son. Though he is haunted by the missed opportunities with his son he fears he'll never get back, things change when a music therapist recommends a steady dose of the films that informed the son's soul. The youth loved counterculture 60s rock and roll and especially the meditative jams of The Grateful Dead. The father forms an emotionally vibrant bond with the son he feared he'd lost.
Rated PG for thematic elements, some mild drug references, language and smoking.
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Babyk – yETyTdpBQ
March 16, 2012 - 21:47
fun! I better start ctnlecoilg things for Claire to do during those hours that involve the tour of the corn fields!Seriously, I am old enough to remember a trip to California on Route 66. It is truly a pleasant memory. Hope your trip leaves you with the same feeling.