Turn on to Love
|Turn on to Love|
|Directed by||John G. Avildsen|
|Produced by||L.T. Kirtman
|Written by||Fred Balachine
|Music by||Harmon Thronebury|
|Cinematography||John G. Avildsen|
|Edited by||John G. Avildsen|
|Distributed by||Haven International Pictures|
|19 December 1969|
A whole generation... going to pot!
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A bored housewife starts spending time in liberal Greenwich Village, where she gets involved with pot-smoking hippies and an Italian filmmaker.
Roger Greenspun of The New York Times found the film average but liked the fact that it is not preachy when it comes to its subjects, and had harsh words for the lead actress:
|“||Nothing extraordinary happens.... Janice, played by Sharon Kent, is a very attractive girl, good at everything except reading her lines.... Turn On to Love earns a real edge in the field of sex-cum-exposé because it respects its people and utterly avoids phony moral outrage.||”|
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