David Hemmings, looking like James Spader's slumming landed gentry uncle, plays a bored hipster photographer in Swingin' London, dead center 1966, just before the really garish fashions of the Summer of Love (sic) took hold.
He takes some voyeuristic photos of Vanessa Redgrave and some old dude in a typically pristine British park, and thinks he sees a murder, and briefly becomes aroused into actual action rather than seething, desperate ennui, and blah blah blah zippedy dippity do.
But then, late in the game, he walks into the Ricky-Tick Club, where the Yardbirds are performing
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Stop The Occupation.