Wild in the Streets

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Released 1968

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Director:
Barry Shear
Released:
1968
Rating:
R
Wild in the Streets is a dopey "what-if" film that centers around a man who uses his political power to subject millions of Americans to a free-loving hipster culture. The film, made appropriately in 1968, was written by Robert Thom and directed by Barry Shear. Max Flatow (Christopher Jones) is well versed in the art of constructing bombs. He also frequently drops LSD. After saturating these interests, he runs away from home and emerges seven years later as the ultimate rock star. A savvy political persona named John Fergus (Hal Holbrook) recognizes his appeal with youth culture and offers him a job campaigning with him. It is not long before Flatow runs for president and completely reforms the way society is handled. Everyone over the age of 30, for example, is set up in retirement homes and force fed LSD. This instant cult classic also co-stars Shelley Winters and Richard Pryor. A must see for all those who love letting their imagination run wild!moreless
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