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History to be remembered and learned from..., 16 July 2006

The Fall of 55 was an outstanding example for historic journalism. The movie reminds us to remember our mistakes from the past in an effort not to repeat them in the future. Its use of historic records and photographs bring you into the movie making the audience feel as though they are a third party observer and yet Mr. Randall et al succeed in not taking sides on the issues presented. Facts are presented clearly and the evidence is weighed but the cast and crew of Fall of 55 let you the audience come to you own conclusions. This was a well rounded film showing both sides of the issue. 50 years later it puts into perspective what happened and allows the audience to try to understand what was right or wrong about it, and what the consequences were. This is an outstanding film and a must see for anyone into independent film and/or historic journalism.