Music In The Air. Revolution In The Streets. And One Year That Would Change The World Forever
San Francisco, 1968: As the family of conservative Hungarian immigrant Zoltan Szabo (Sandor Tesci) struggles to live 'The American Dream,' America itself is beginning to change around them. His son Peter (Eric Larson) is kicked out of college, goes to work for an enigmatic biker (Neil Young) and becomes swept up in the politics of revolution. Meanwhile, his brother Sandy (Robert Locke) drifts from marriage to the military while attempting to confront his own sexuality. In a time of chaos and confusion, can two young men make- and survive- the choices that will change their destinies forever?
Written and directed by Steven Kovacs, '68 is a powerfully personal drama about peace and love, race and rage, and a nation coming- of- age as the entire world is coming apart.