Premier Anton Rojek, the anti-Western head of an East Bloc state, plans to hold a "youth congress," hoping to get the young people of his country to endorse his repressive regime. The IMF's plan to prevent this involves the talents of folk singer Roxy, as well as having Paris pose as the missing son of the country's late President, Eduard Malik, whom many young people there still idolize. Written by
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Paris (Leonard Nimoy) is posing as a 25 year old "Peter Malek" (dialogue establishes Malek died 20 years before at age 5). Nimoy was in fact 39 at the time. See more
Stock footage of the young demonstrators shown during the opening credits are flipped, probably to disguise the English language signage, such as one for a play titled "Vice and Virtu[e]". See more
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Good morning, Mr. Phelps. To counteract heavy pressure from their country's young people, Premier Anton Rojek and his special advisor, Josef Czerny, have summoned a special Congress of the government-controlled Youth Organization. Its purpose: to endorse Rojek's repressive regime. Your mission, Jim, should your choose to accept it, is to stop the Congress from being used as a rubber stamp and to expose Rojek and Czerny before the young people and the world. As always, should you or any member ...
The Times They Are A-Changin'
Written by Bob Dylan
Performed by Lynn Kellogg See more