However, the film received generally favorable reviews. Archived from the original on September 25, Claude and everyone sing "Flesh Failures". It was now time for the final evening before their anniversary. San Francisco's large hippie population considered the show an extension of the street activities there, often blurring the barrier between art and life by meditating with the cast and frequently finding themselves onstage during the show. Claude puts his card in the fire, then changes his mind and pulls it out.
Clive Barnes wrote in the New York Times:
They also provide time and space for the development of characters who, on the stage, had to express themselves almost entirely in song. Several songs and scenes from the show address racial issues. The woman states that kids should "be free, no guilt" and should "do whatever you want, just so long as you don't hurt anyone. As they "look at the moon," Sheila and the others enjoy a light moment " Good Morning Starshine ". I had trouble sleeping the night before, I couldn't get Mrs. It was both secluded and beautiful.