Philippe Garrel was the only member of the Zanzibar group to continue making films. A ludicrously early starter (first movie at 14), he was at the heart of the group, a flamboyant, gifted galvaniser. Freud and the fascistic collaborate in this 'home movie' portrait of the repressive father. And Garrel calls on Rimbaud, Cocteau and the French Symbolisits to support his case for the artistic impulse in resistance. (For an introduction to Zanzibar films and the 'Dandies of '68' see the review of Deux Fois.