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Joseph Dorman (writer)
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Release Date:
7 January 1998 (USA) See more »
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A true story of four Jewish intellectuals born in New York and educated at City College during the 1930s, and their divergent paths over the next six decades. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 
Daniel Bell ... Himself
Nathan Glazer ... Himself
Irving Howe ... Himself
Irving Kristol ... Himself

Alan Rosenberg ... Narrator
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Directed by
Joseph Dorman 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Joseph Dorman  writer

Produced by
Joseph Dorman .... producer
Arnold Labaton .... executive producer
Gail Segal .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Adam Guettel 
 
Cinematography by
Barrin Bonet 
Peter Brownscombe 
Richard Chisolm 
Wayne De la Roche 
Boyd Estus 
Tom Kieffer 
Vaughn Kilgore 
Oren Rudavsky 
 
Film Editing by
Jonathan Oppenheim 
 
Art Department
Clive Helfet .... graphic designer
 
Sound Department
John Cameron .... sound
Quentin Chiappetta .... sound editor
Nick Clark .... sound
Carrie Giunta .... sound editor
Jeff Hansell .... sound
Peter Karl .... sound
John McCormick .... sound
Haven McKinney .... sound
Rick Mills .... sound
Beo Morales .... sound re-recording mixer
Caleb Mose .... sound
Jeff Pullman .... sound
Saul Rouda .... sound
Mark Roy .... sound
Dale Whitman .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joe Arcidiacono .... assistant camera
Richard Gioia .... assistant camera
Tony Hardmon .... assistant camera
Dick Williams .... assistant camera
Brett Wylie .... assistant camera
 
Animation Department
George Ball .... animator
Chris Kogler .... animator
Peter Longauer .... animator
 
Editorial Department
Alvin Bowens .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Deborah Dash Moore .... academic advisor
Morris Dickstein .... academic advisor
John Patrick Diggins .... academic advisor
Debra Gitterman .... production coordinator
Maurice Isserman .... academic advisor
Russell Jacoby .... academic advisor
Tina Keswani .... intern
Libby Kreutz .... researcher
Abigail List .... production assistant
Celeste Main .... intern
Jennifer Marony .... intern
Monika McClure .... production coordinator
William O'Neill .... academic advisor
Ronald Radosh .... academic advisor
Marjorie Scheer .... production assistant
Tom Schnaibt .... production assistant
Suzanne Smith .... project consultant
Rennanah Weinstein .... intern
 
Thanks
Eleanor Dorman .... special thanks
Jack Dorman .... special thanks
Bill Griffin .... special thanks
Neil Jumonville .... special thanks
Carol Peek .... special thanks
Tamara E. Robinson .... special thanks
 

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106 min
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generation gap, 6 December 2004
Author: sl7lg25 (sl7lg25@yahoo.com) from canada

This is about left-wing eggheads from the 30's who are now bureaucratic right wingers. They seem to beat-up on Tom Hayden because he was from the rock and roll 60's. At that time they were the professors and writers who wanted to ignore the Vietnam situation because it didn't relate to their life and career. They weren't draftable. I think this is a good display of what youthful ideals and enlightened self-interest are really about. I was from the 60's but wasn't a radical. The music, though, gave me a feeling of change that was possible in an America that had been cheated by following a tight-lipped closed-minded patriotism. The thing about communism and marxism is that dictatorship of the proletariat will never lead to full communism, altruism and brotherly love are not a basic human characteristic but greed and love of power is.

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