This documentary gives us a rare glimpse at the youth of San Francisco in 1961

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This video is a perfect example of some of the gems you find on youtube, that you will not find anywhere. Directed by cinematographer David Meyers (THX 1138, Woodstock) Ask Me, Don’t Tell Me turns it’s lens on the rebellious youth of 1961 in San Francisco. The footage is superb and may come in handy for those directors out there needing this look for a new film. The vernacular used by the narrator is classic! In this film, you see all types, the Bro’s, Chicano’s, Greasers, surfers you name it. The music is also a timeless treasure. It’s a testament that real life is much stranger than fiction. This is brilliant and a must watch!

Published by Jeffrey Lamar

I’m an actor,musician and writer who's blended his love for all three into this blog.

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