First, can LSD be beneficial to society? Focusing on Swiss chemist Albert Hoffman's pioneering work with the controversial drug, "Hoffman's Potion" (2002) goes beyond cult guru Timothy Leary's popular invitation to "tune in, turn on, drop out" and explores the drug's history and potential in medical research. Next, "Hippie Masala" (2006) chronicles the road taken by some "flower children" of the '60s and '70s who traveled to India in search of a new way of life. Finally, "Flicker" (2008) tells the story of beatnik artist Brion Gysin, who co-created the Dreamachine, a simple light-emitting device intended to induce hallucinations. 3 3/4 hrs. total on three discs. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.