My Generation changed history, forever

For ninety glorious minutes one afternoon last week I was twenty years old again. I immersed myself in every delicious minute of (Sir) Michael Caine's documentary My Generation playing at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema on Bloor Street West near Bathurst in Toronto. The film is a macro view of life in swingin' London in the 1960s, the historical genesis and touchstone for baby boomers. The film particularly resonated with me personally because I was in London in September 1967 while traveling around Europe for five months. I had…

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