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Hair 1979

From Amazon: The Age of Aquarius is brought to life by the filmmaker who made Amadeus a household word. Milos Forman directed this version of James Rado, Gerome Ragni, and Galt MacDermot's landmark musical in 1979 between his Oscar-winning films One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Amadeus. With mixed reviews (Gene Siskel named it that year's best film) and lukewarm box-office grosses, the film all but disappeared from the collective consciousness. Yet the film beautifully delivers on its promise to bring the '60s back to life. Hair re-creates a colorful world of counterculture finding an anvil to pound on: the Vietnam War....

Directed By:
No image existsMilos Forman
Written By:
No image existsMichael Weller
No image existsTreat Williams
No image existsJohn Savage
No image existsBeverly D'Angelo
No image existsAnnie Golden
No image existsNicholas Ray
No image existsNell Carter

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Hair Movie Review by Mike Thomas (10/16/2010)

Some entertainment venues translate better than others. Productions that were originally stage versions adapted to the screen, or vice-versa, sometimes loses itself in the translation. "Phantom of the Opera," a emotionally-draining and visual powerhouse, became two-dimensional and lifeless when given the Hollywood...

(complete Hair review by Mike Thomas)

Hair Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/20/2007)

A musical explosion of a love note to the hippie heyday of the 1960's. Treat Williams stars as the leader of a group of hippies living on the outskirts of the norm. John Savage plays a man headed to Vietnam who encounters this group and alters his opinion on what direction his life could take.

This is a drugged out sexy...

(complete Hair review by Jessica Film Junkie)

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