I'm not sure if this was a theatrical docu or not, I caught it on television approx. 4-5 years and I don't even remember what channel, the name or any production details but I've been desperately trying to track it down on home video ever since. It was basically a 1.5 - 2 hour documentary about Timothy Leary and the acid movement in the 60's with lots of black & white 8 and 16mm archival footage with interviews, etc. detailing Leary's life and his "revolution". I've looked it up on Amazon and the only two documentaries that pop up do not seem to match the description. One seems to be all out false advertising and having nothing or very little to do with Tim Leary at all, and the other garnered mixed reviews and just doesn't feel like the documentary I'm remembering... I wish I had more details or hints to offer, but all I really remember is the subject and context and the fact that I saw it on television approx. 4-5 years ago. I didn't pootst in the TV forum because I didn't think I'd get the same response (plus this forum is subtitled: Films & Documentary). Anyways, if anyone has any clues or suggestions as to what I might have seen, a link to a website or resource... or better yet, any info on whether it's available on DVD, please let me know!!! If you've got any remote suggestion of a similair sounding documentary that might fit this context, please let me know as I'd really like to watch this again. Thanks!