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Last Summer Won't Happen [DVD] [English] [1968]
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Special Features

  • Bonus film: Time of the Locust (1966, 13 min.)
  • Also by Peter Gessner, this was one of the earliest and most powerful critiques of the war in Vietnam. First prize, protest film jury, 1966 Manheim Film Festival; 1966 San Francisco Film Festival
  • Two bonus interviews: by Jonah Raskin with the filmmakers filmed at BAM/PFA (productions of the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive)
  • Restoration:
  • Both films restored on 16 mm by PFA with the cooperation of the filmmaker. University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive


Last Summer Won't Happen
This independent color documentary interviews two Greenwich Village youths who have turned their backs on the Establishment. One is a young man, a drug dealer who vapidly stares into the camera after a rapid verbal diatribe. Another is a young girl who maintains she will always try to remain childlike. Protests of radical activists are illustrated, but no apparent reason is given for their rebellion. Music is provided by Country Joe and The Fish and Procol Harem in this feature that appeared at the New York film Festival. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi

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