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Drift into the dreamy realm of childhood imagination with these ethereal visions of endless summer. David Gordon Green first came to critical attention with his debut GEORGE WASHINGTON, a senses-ravishing immersion into a crumbling southern town where a group of kids comes of age over the course of a languorous summer. It’s paired with a remarkable, unsung work of the 1960s avant-garde that Green cites as a major influence: Clu Gulager’s A DAY WITH THE BOYS, a prismatic, sun-kissed evocation of pre-adolescent utopia and its ominous flip side.