If the emotional payoff from Jonah Who Will Be 25 in the Year 2000 (1976) is any indication, hippies had something valuable to contribute to society at large, even Euro hippies. Taking place upon a communal farm setting in the pristine rural Swiss landscape, Jonah reunites a claque of 1960s revolutionaries who have moved on from their love-bead youth to take rightful places in a society that neither completely fulfills nor recognizes them. These bright-eyed idealists have become office functionaries and clerks. They recognize that their dreams for a better, more equitable future have largely come to naught. Still, their vision lives on, embodied by eight-year-old Jonah, who reminds them of both their hopes and their responsibilities. Another cause for bright optimism are the uplifting, high-reaching, wholly natural breasts that two of the women feel free to float into the ongoing dialectic.