"Ticket to Total Freedom" is a film originally created by designer/architect William Edward Summers during the late 1960s. This unedited footage offers a glimpse into the weekend lives of "Wes" Summers. (as he was known by his nick name then) with his friends and associates in Lawrence Kansas. Some of the film is shot at the campus of The University of Kansas around their favourite locations, the Student Union Building, and the park with the Campanile. There are also scenes in Old West Lawrence, and downtown. The documentary features people from the Lawrence High School classes of 70, 71, and 72, and includes a few of Summers' fellow band members from the various rock and blues bands that they formed during that time. The film is non-objective and shows a world of teens before cell phones, and computers. It seeks to capture the experience of being young during this time at the end of the hippie era, immediately after Woodstock in this beautiful Midwestern college town
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This is a dedication to our fantastic home town and growing up there during these wonderful times. ..... If you want your name added to the director's cut , which I will post in a year or so whenever I get time to sift through all of my films let me know.
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