A four-year-old boy talks about what he would do if he had a million dollars, from 1969.
Arlyck talks about the similarities and differences between himself and his subject Sean and, ultimately, between the Baby Boomer generation and Generation X.
A four-year-old boy talks his house, a "crash pad" for hippies where all you have to do to live there is "open the door." Sean also talks about whether or not he will marry when he gets older.
Filmmaker Ralph Arlyck goes back to San Francisco to find out what happened to the precocious four-year-old he'd met during the height of the '60s.