The story an ordinary man caught up in extraordinary times, whose life is forever changed by the social upheaval going on around him. Embracing the spirit of the counterculture revolution during the Summer of Love, wealthy Marin County businessman Don McCoy transforms his life from conservative entrepreneur to beneficent hippie dropout, using his family inheritance to lease Rancho Olompali, a 700-acre estate north of San Francisco, to start a commune.
Counterculture -- California -- San Francisco -- History -- 20th century.
Hippies -- United States.
Marin County (Calif.) -- History.
Rancho Olompali State Historic Park (Calif.) -- History.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Gibbs, Gregg, film director.
Passion River Films, publisher.