The directorial debut of Bob Rafelson and the first step for the historic BBS Productions, Head is a kaleidoscopic journey through the media of 60s pop-culture. Pop-rockers The Monkees transition from twee TV sitcoms to acid-tinged surrealism in a film which oscillates between playful parody and seething resentment.

The movie is, nonetheless, of a certain fascination in its joining of two styles: pot and advertising.

The New York Times

In which The Monkees get stoned, commit career suicide, and end up accidentally making one of the best movies of the 1960s.

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Genre
Music
Runtime 85 minutes
Rated PG
Directed By Bob Rafelson
Starring Peter Tork, Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz
Country
USA

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