An epic portrait of late Sixties America, as seen through the portrayal of two of its children: anthropology student Daria (who's helping a property developer build a village in the Los ... See full summary¬†¬Ľ

Mark: Would you like to go with me?
Daria: Where?
Mark: Wherever I'm going.
Daria: Are you *really* asking?
Mark: Is that your *real* answer?
[booking a young radical]
Cop: Occupation?
Rebel: Associate professor of history.
Cop: That's too long. I'll just put down clerk.
Daria: There's a thousand sides to everything - not just heroes and villains. So anyway... so anyway... so anyway... so anyway ought to be one word. Like a place or a river. "So Anyway River."
Daria: Hey, guy, you want a smoke?
Mark: You know, you're taking to a guy under discipline.
Daria: What's that?
Mark: This group I was in had rules against smoking. They were into a reality trip.
Daria: What a drag!
[after Mark meets a girl on the street]
Fellow radical: Who was that?
Mark: A girl from my long-gone past.
Fellow radical: What's her name?
Mark: Alice - she's my sister.

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