There have been many films made about the HUAC and the blacklisting time in hollywood, but this stands head and heels above the rest. Simply put, it is Carl Foreman's own words read in his letters that express a wide range of emotion in a black time in American history. So much talent and lives shattered from patriotic paranoia. It's packed with interviews, film clips, anecdotes and media. And of course we see the parallels of the film HIGH NOON and what was going on at the time. A must see for fans of film.
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