When You're Strange (2009)
Jim Morrison: The music can't help but reflecting things that are happening around you
Jim Morrison: No, the mood I get from most of it is a kind of a heavy kind of a sort of gloomy feeling, you know. Like of someone not quite at home. Or, you know, or not quite relaxed, and you know, aware of a lot of things but not quite sure about anything, you know?
Jim Morrison: Do you know the warm progress under the stars? Do you know we exist? Have you forgotten the keys to the kingdom? Have you been born yet, and are you alive?
Narrator: The week before, The Living Theatre had performed in Los Angeles. Their manifesto is radically political change can only come from a rejection of all rules. Jim goes to every performance. He once called The Doors "erotic politicians", but he confesses to the group's director that though he has the ear of a generation, he feels he's never had anything to say.