Fairly amusing monologue by Josh Kornbluth about growing up in New York city in a communist family. At the center of the story is Kornbluth's headstrong, anti-authoritarian Marxist father.
Also discussed is a trip to the Soviet Union as a teenager, the author's early sexual experiences, and ultimately his father's death.
I would have liked to hear more about how his experiences growing up, the fall of the Soviet Union, and the end of the Cold War have influenced Kornbluth's present outlook on the world as a mature adult, however this is fundamentally a monologue about people rather than ideology or politics.
Still, an entertaining 90 minutes or so and definitely worth a watch.
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