Synopses & Reviews
Tofu casseroles, communes, clothing-optional kindergarten, antiwar protests these are just a few of the hallmarks of a counterculture childhood. What became of kids who had been denied meat, exposed to free love, and given nouns for names? In Wild Child
, daughters of the hippie generation speak about the legacy of their childhoods.
The writers present a rearview mirror to contemporary culture; with an eye on the past they remind us that there is more than one path through the present.