Wild in the Streets

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Wild in the Streets

politics satire rebellious youth political satire

Wild in the Streets

Release Date: May 29, 1968

Year    :   1968
Slogan    :   «If you're thirty, you're through!»
Genres    :   Comedy, Drama, Music
Production Companies    :   American International Pictures
Director    :   Barry Shear
Producers    :   Samuel Z. Arkoff, Burt Topper, James H. Nicholson
Writers    :   Robert Thom, Robert Thom
RunTime    :   94 mins.
Budget    :   1000000

Striking a zeitgeist nerve, Wild in the Streets stars Christopher Jones (Ryan's Daughter) as Max Frost, rock singer and poster boy for the counterculture revolution of the '60s. While performing with his band, The Troopers, at a political rally for Senate candidate Johnny Fergus (Hal Holbrook, Into the Wild), Max seizes the opportunity to spout his own political philosophies which include, among other things, that the voting age should be lowered to 14. And thus begins the tale of Max's meteoric rise. But as he moves further and further into uncharted waters, first as a voice for the youth movement (or is he just a mouthpiece for opportunist politicians?) and then as a nominee for President of the United States, Max will not bend to the will of the old guard. Instead he begins implementing his own ideas of what would make a better world, including re-education camps for those over the age of 35 along with a liberal dosing of LSD.




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