The Weather Underground Reviews

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August 17, 2010
a history lesson that takes us on a lacerating journey from the '60s anti-war movements to their emotional ripple effects in the modern-day
August 7, 2008
August 14, 2007
December 6, 2005
October 19, 2005
September 8, 2005
March 28, 2005
Um olhar interessante sobre um período conturbado e incrivelmente rico no cenário da militância política entre os jovens norte-americanos: a década de 70.
March 3, 2004
Proves to those few of us who try to see both sides of an argument that evil is a mere perception.
February 2, 2004
Their story is history they don't teach in school, which makes The Weather Underground all the more welcome.
January 17, 2004
A must-see for anyone interested in one of the most turbulent periods in recent American history.
January 15, 2004
A compelling documentary that makes effective use of contemporary interviews, news-show clips, grainy 8mm footage and narration.
December 5, 2003
The Weather Underground does as fine a job of getting into the heads of its subjects as any documentary in recent memory.
December 5, 2003
It's hard not to feel a little deja vu watching this informative documentary.
December 3, 2003
A homegrown terrorist movement with pretensions to Third World revolution, '60s radicals the Weather Underground make fascinating subjects for a feature documentary.
November 13, 2003
It's really jam-packed full of great stuff.
November 7, 2003
November 5, 2003
intimate insider portrait of the radical Weather Underground in the context of its times
October 31, 2003
If names such as Bernadine Dohrn, Bill Ayers, Mark Rudd, Naomi Jaffe and Brian Flanagan mean nothing to you, you'll definitely want to see the thought-provoking documentary, The Weather Underground.
October 31, 2003
The Weather Underground leaves the viewer with many questions. To the filmmakers' credit, most of them are the right and urgent ones to ask.
October 26, 2003
A keen-eyed and occasionally sardonically comical look at how good intentions -- even noble ones -- can cross the line.
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