The Trip is a 1967 American psychedelic film released by American International Pictures, directed by Roger Corman and written by Jack Nicholson. It was shot on location in and around Los Angeles, including on top of Kirkwood in Laurel Canyon, the Hollywood Hills, and near Big Sur, California, over three weeks in March and April 1967. Peter Fonda stars as a young man who experiences his first LSD trip.
Paul Groves, a television commercial director, takes his first dose of LSD while experiencing the heartbreak and ambivalence of divorce from his beautiful but adulterous wife. He starts his trip with a "guide", John, but runs away and abandons him out of fear.
|editor||Montage Sequences: Dennis Jakob Ronald Sinclair|
|events||lysergic acid diethylamide recreational drug use|
|keywords||adulterous adulterous wife beach house commercialism hooded figure lsd nightclub run sex sunset strip television commercial young woman|
|productionCompany||American International Pictures|
|publisher||American International Pictures|
|theme||exploitation psychedelic surreal|