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The Mind-Benders

USA, 1967 (MIFF 1969, Programme 34)

Director: Lee R. Bobker

A historical survey of hallucinogens followed by a candid investigation of modern users of the drugs with medical opinions for and against. The hallucinogenic experience is re-created, and the camera reports on an LSD party.

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