I got hold of a copy of George Harrison's soundtrack for the film a while ago. I was intrigued to see how the predominantly Indian music fitted into the film. I enjoy the surrealism of the late sixties in any case, so I was intrigued to see what this film offered. It's a watchable enough film for its genre and though the plot is thin, it works as a curiosity piece from a very particular period in British cinema. Maybe not a classic, but I'm happy enough to add it to my collection as an insight to a very distinctive decade in art, music and film.