This film is the last entry in director Jeremy Paul Kagan's trilogy about the aftermath of the 1960s and 1970s malaise after a particularly volatile historical period. The other two in the trilogy were Katherine (1975) and Heroes (1977). See more »
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Maintaining our civil rights is an everyday struggle. If you give up, all dreams die!
This is the best movie Richard Dreyfus has been in. Corruption and dirty tricks in a senatorial campaign directed by John Lithgow, an Abbie Hoffman character played by F. Murray Abraham, not a little comedy and a heaping of social commentary a la 60's style make this a highly recommended movie. I hope it comes out on DVD soon.
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