The Weather Underground: America's Most Notorious Revolutionaries

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bleh

yeah..nudity is at least as offensive as Kissinger in Vietnam and napalm death...

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Anonymous

did not like the nudity

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Vera

I saw this documentary when it first cam out in 2002. I can see why it was nominated for the Academy Award. It doesn't take political sides either way but engrosses you in an era and a group of people who thought that they had right on their side, tragically so. It's a unique film about the ...Read more

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