Join True/False for the third annual Boone Dawdle which brings together some of the best things in life--biking, music by Chicago's Cave, food, nature, and film. The featured movie is The Source.
In late '60s Los Angeles, a charismatic former Marine named Jim Baker began a commune that attracted beautiful young followers who called him "Father Yod." In a sprawling mansion, flower children meditated, made psychedelic music and free love, and worked as bean-sprout soldiers at the beginning of the health food revolution. And it was all captured on Super 8 film by Isis Aquarian, who four decades later worked with the directors to tell the outrageous story of The Source. Wille and Aquarian will join us after the film to expand on the film's revelations and answer your questions.
Tickets available at truefalse.org