I probably wouldn’t argue too much with someone who called Bullshit! on this movie. It is exactly what it looks like — a bunch of footage shot in the Sahara, cut together with a weird soundtrack. That’s it. Today, with your digital cameras and your apple computers, it isn’t *that* hard to do something like this. But in 1971, no one was doing it. At least, no one was doing it well. So what we have is remarkable desert footage, then some stuff with a scientist and a lizard, then lounge act, then more desert, set to a reading (in German) of the Mayan creation myth, three cuts from Leonard Cohen’s first album and the guitar solo from Blind Faith’s “Sea of Joy.” (It took me a lot of sleuthing to recall what that solo was.) I dunno. … somehow it all works for me.