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An Injury to One (2002)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 17 January 2003 (USA)
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An experimental documentary exploring the turn-of-century lynching of union organizer Frank Little in Butte, Montana.

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Travis Wilkerson
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An experimental documentary exploring the turn-of-century lynching of union organizer Frank Little in Butte, Montana.

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17 January 2003 (USA) See more »

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Enantia se enan, enantia se olous See more »

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A powerful historical exploration though experimental aesthetic
6 February 2006 | by jgm8530See all my reviews

Although not the best film I've ever seen, scarcely could one call it a dud. If one truly has an appreciation for avant-garde aesthetic, the film is a treat. Most of what Wilkerson presents can be corroborated in the bibliography on the Wobblies. However, in the case of Wilkerson's film, the aesthetic approach is very intriguing when compared to straightforward historiographic accounts, and thus, most welcome. It is representative of WWI working class life in the mines (focusing more on corporate espionage) and the collusion of corporations and the state in suppressing social justice. The leftist discourse in the film is drawn directly from the IWW personal journals, diaries and local newspapers, not Wilkerson himself.


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