Rebels With A Cause

Students For A Democratic Society (SDS) were a highly influential student movement formed in the sixties to campaign for civil rights and fight poverty. As the Vietnam war escalated the movement changed gear and became arguably the most vocal anti-war organisation in America, spawning off-shoot enclaves such as the Weather Underground and precipitating the women's movement. Helen Garvy's vivid and illuminating portrait is a comprehensive and fascinating history of a generation who changed the world, and perhaps lost their innocence along the way.

Year: 2000
Genre: Documentaries, General Docos, Political Docos
Country: USA
Director: Helen Garvy
Duration: 109 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: Documentary (Political)
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