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Before he ran Grove Press, Evergreen Review founder Barney Rosset produced this potent and uncompromising look at racism in postwar America, which compares the US with Nazi Germany and finds “the ideas of the loser still active in the land of the winner.” With its startling, often graphic depictions of racial and political violence, this rarely seen, stylistically bold documentary is “extraordinary… Hurwitz, with his audacious editing and blunt commentary, infuses it with a substance far more radical and harrowing than anything Hollywood could produce” (Richard Brody, The New Yorker). A Milestone Films release.
Please note: the following screenings have been canceled.
March 21: 2, 3:45pm
March 22: 2, 3:45pm
by Manfred Kirchheimer
The 8pm screening on Wed, Mar 16, will feature an in-person appearance by filmmaker Manfred Kirchheimer.