Peter Fonda and Keith Carradine hang out in Idaho’s imposingly barren National Park. They think it’s rather super. They gather a bunch of kids together to immortalise the place on film. They cook up a vague story about a team of young scientists travelling into an eco-buggered future via a threadbare time machine that bizarrely requires young women to remove their trousers before use. Once there, the kids talk their way through a load of slackerish angst before doing each other in with rocks. One week after the film is released, the distributor goes bankrupt. These events may or may not be connected.