A compilation of corruption: of government, law enforcement, and self. A time of exploration, exploitation, and experimentation. Hippies and gangsters seem to be all that's left. We are introduced to a detective/doctor who is desperately searching for someone. What he finds is a laced bread crumb trail. He follows each lead only to be led further and further down the rabbit hole. His personal drug use only amplifies the situations. In the search, he comes across someone who seeks his help to find someone else. His search has now doubled. The bread crumbs that led him into the rabbit hole are now leading him down a dark path. As he follows it deeper and deeper it becomes clearer that his questions won't be answered simply by finding those that are missing. The answers are much further than the people are. Only as he begins to put the pieces together do the answers begin to reveal themselves. He bargains for some and others just were in front of him the whole time. This stupor of confusion and drugs on his path to help his friends is a mess. There isn't a solid flow and the ideas are weak and irrational. The only continuity to it is the drugs. The actors/actresses do well portraying the parts and you feel like you are watching some strange half baked film from the late 60's early 70's. If that's what they were trying to portray then they achieved it but if they were going for a story with any substance at all... They missed the mark.