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sf almost 7 years ago
Not Made with any Understanding of The Times. A radical needed to make this film. Unworthy
Niklas Pivic over 7 years ago
Straight-forward, honest and sophisticated. Recommendable.
Lizzie 5 years ago
Sam Bowman 7 years ago
Melanie Tobin over 7 years ago
Aubrey Ann Combs over 7 years ago
BoNDar over 7 years ago
The Weather Underground is a 2002 documentary film based on the rise and fall of the American radical organization The Weathermen. Using much archive footage from the time as well as interviews with the Weathermen today, the film constructs a linear narrative of the militant organization. The film, directed by Sam Green and Bill Siegel won the audience choice award at the Chicago Underground Film Festival and went on to be nominated for an Academy Award in 2004. In 1969, a small group of leftist college student radicals announced their intentions to overthrow the U.S. government in opposition to the Vietnam War. This documentary explores the rise and fall of this radical movement as former members speak candidly about the passion that drove them at the time. The film also explores the group in the context of other social movements of the time, featuring interviews with former members of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and the Black Panther Party. The documentary also...
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