This DVD covers in rich detail the life of American citizens in the 60s and is easily the best account on celluloid that I know of the city of Detroit. Beginning with an edifying discourse on communication, which I am certain youngsters would find useful even today, the clips cover such seemingly mundane, yet significant happenings - such as the giving away of a litter of pups by a young boy. You are also treated to a fabulous and comprehensive tour of Greenwich as it was in the hey-days of the counter-culture revolution in the 60s. This clip delights you with almost all the attractions the village had to offer. Significantly the film on Detroit was shot just prior to the city’s futile bid to host the 1968 Olympics and hence is pretty upbeat. It even has President John F. Kennedy rooting for the city! Particularly impressive is the coverage of the Mardi Gras carnival in New Orleans, which though brief, is thrilling.