Film scholar Robb Moss combines home-movie footage from the '70s with current documentary interviews to fashion this intimate memoir of his summer-of-love friends, then and now. The Same River Twice chronicles the lives of Moss and five of his friends, all of whom served as white-water rafting tour guides while in their twenties. In that era, their nudist, free-love ways brought them together; now, Moss learns, many of the couples have split up, or given up their utopian ideals. ~ Michael Hastings, Rovi
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This movie took me back to the 70's. Was interesting to see the contrast of their lives from the 70's to the present. The movie was well worth the time. Check out the extra feature to learn more about the five different lives.
This movie is not flagged for content as it should be! It is not the Christian move with the same name. Be aware they are fully UN-dressed in the opening scene, and though I have asked them to FLAG it 10 times, they still have not! It should be rated NC 17!