Following Sean

Submitted by: 0Sigma0 6 years ago in

Documentary started in the 60"s about a 4-year-old growing up in Haight Ashbury and his views on smoking grass and cops.
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Male 678
@jaykray

Nobody cares about your Pokemon hack.
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Male 163
man...... this film really says something about eras i would not mind if i grew up in the free love era like sean
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Male 757
Very good.
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Male 93
Don`t ask why I was playing as a girl...
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Male 93


I was playing a pokemon hack whilst watching the video and this came up. I was pretty shocked and stared blankly at the screen for a couple of seconds while my brain made the connection.
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Male 3,076
Amazing! one of the best movie I`ve ever seen!
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Female 2,525
Saw this last year. Very good film.
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Male 2
I watched all 6 parts - and it`s one of the most touching things I`ve seen in a long time.
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Male 1,360
ended up watching the 6 parts, nice.
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Male 2
Haighters gonna Haight
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Female 40
i cant believe i just sat here and watch that entire thing......crazy bored. lol. interesting stuff though
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Female 5
i love how some random guy promotes ben and jerry`s
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Male 670
this should have a higher rating
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Male 25,416
interesting
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Male 531
keeeewwwl
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Female 177
the 7up series is cool...
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Female 525
Sorry Pandabee - there are 6 parts of it. If you click on the youtube icon and go there and watch it, you will see the rest.
Normally I cant even be bothered to watch a single youtube video, much less 6, but I couldn`t quit watching these.
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Female 695
he smoked cops?!!!
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Female 614
his voice is absolutely entrancing.....
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Male 193
This is... interesting. For a movie that had been in the making for over 40 years you think the characters would of been more comfortable in front of a camera. The plot gets lost in all the reminiscing and back tracking, while the narrator seems unsure if he should focus on his own family or on the broken family that Sean has always been living with. Worth watching? Well it wasn`t a waste of time.
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Female 857
aarrgghh, it stopped mid sentence, what happened?
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Female 527
I`m going to watch this on Netflix later.
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Male 2,034
1 of 6? No longer interested.
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Female 122
I saw this on Netflix instant months ago. The whole documentary definitely shows a different side to the hippie movement, especially where children are concerned. Sean`s dad is still a hippie, but his mother moved on, as did his siblings.
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Male 15,510
Part 1 of 6 ...
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Female 525
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