The well-worn idea of hippies producing conservative children gets the broadest possible treatment in "Peace Love and Misunderstanding" where characters are as deep as their tie-dye.
Sixties icon Jane Fonda plays Grace, a sixties-era matriarch who lives in Woodstock, has Ken Kesey's bus (or possibly the Partridge Family's) parked in her front yard. When we meet her she's sitting at a potter's wheel, singing Simon and Garfunkel. You hope that's as obvious as the movie will get, but no — later, she talks of giving birth to her Reagan-loving daughter Diana (Catherine Keener) during the actual Woodstock concert, as Jimmy Hendrix was playing "The Star Spangled Banner."
The story has tightly wound (subtle) Diana reeling from a failed marriage (To Kyle MacLauchlan), retreating to Woodstock with her college-age kids — one played by Elizabeth Olson, the young actress who was so good last year in "Martha Marcy May Marlene."
Her reward for that performance is to play Zoe — a vegan who falls in love with the local hunk who happens to be (wait for it) the town butcher.