R | | Comedy, Drama
On Election Day, 1968, a hairdresser and ladies' man is too busy cutting hair and dealing with his various girlfriends and his mistress, whose husband he meets and finds out is having an affair with his ex-girlfriend.
The final film of Doris Packer.
Do you have a thing about older women? That's sort of faggity, isn't it?
During the final party scene, the song "Good Shepherd" from Jefferson Airplane's "Volunteers" album is prominently featured. "Volunteers" was not released until November 1969, a year after the events in the film.
Opening credits prologue: NOVEMBER 4, 1968 ELECTION EVE