In a large city after an devastating holocaust, an old man is hunted by the police for the crime of reminding people of the good old days.

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Old Man
Neil Munro ...
The Stranger
Doreen Ibsen ...
Woman in Park
Arne MacPherson ...
Young Man in Park
Linda Rabinowich ...
Stranger's Wife (as Linda Ravinovitch)
Bill Meilen ...
The Policeman
Ronald Rault ...
The Betrayer
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In a large city after an devastating holocaust, an old man is hunted by the police for the crime of reminding people of the good old days.

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22 September 1989 (France)  »

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Get the Message Out
25 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Chicago has been decimated. People live day to day and have forgotten a past when things were routinely taken for granted. An old man, played by Harold Gould, takes it upon himself to continue to remind people of what there once was. He becomes an enemy of the state. I suppose it poses a threat to the powers that be if people can continue to feel a sense of their past. Those who hope to change the world are submerged in poverty, but they hold meetings to talk about what once was. The old man who is rife with stories becomes a treasure to them. The hope is he will pass on this information to enough people to make a difference. This is a really interesting offering.


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