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In October 1969 hundreds of young people, clad in football helmets and wielding lead pipes, marched through an upscale Chicago shopping district, pummeling parked cars and smashing shop windows in their path.
This was the first demonstration of the Weather Underground's "Days of Rage." Outraged by the Vietnam War and racism in America, the organization waged a low-level war against the U.S. government through much of the 1970s, bombing the Capitol building, breaking Timothy Leary out of prison, and evading one of the largest FBI manhunts in history.
The Weather Underground is a feature-length documentary that explores the rise and fall of this radical movement, as former members speak candidly about the idealistic passion that drove them to "bring the war home" and the trajectory that placed them on the FBI's most wanted list.
great, great film. some film critic said it was a better documentary than "bowling for columbine" & after seeing it - I totally agree!
here's the nation-wide showing list:
July 25 Castro Theater San Francisco, CA July 25 Shattuck Theater Berkeley, CA July 25 Cinema Village New York City, NY August 1 Music Box Theater Chicago, IL August 1 Burns Film Center Pleasantville, NY August 8 Balboa Theater San Francisco, CA August 8 Roxie Theater San Francisco, CA August 8 Upstate Films Rhinebeck, NY August 8 Rafael Film Center San Rafael, CA August 15 Visions Washington, D.C. August 22 Triplex Cinema Great Barrington, MA August 22 Railroad Square Cinema Waterville, ME August 22 Brattle Theater Cambridge, MA August 29 NuArt Theater Los Angeles, CA September 5 Ritz Cinemas Philadelphia, PA September 5 The Charles Theater Baltimore, MD September 5 Orpheum Theater Madison, WI September 5 Raven Theater Healdsberg, CA September 12 The Screen Santa Fe, NM September 12 Inwood Theater Dallas, TX September 19 Palm Theater San Luis Obispo, CA September 19 Ken Theater San Diego, CA September 19 Lagoon Theater Minneapolis, MN September 24 Jacksonville Museum of Art Jacksonville, FL September 26 Dobie Theater Austin, TX September 26 Greenway Theater Houston, TX September 26 Marietta Star Cinema Atlanta, GA September 26 Michigan Theater Ann Arbor, MI October 3 Loft Cinema Tucson, AZ October 3 Spectrum Theater Albany, NY October 3 Academy of Music Northampton, MA October 3 Cinema 21 Portland, OR October 3 Times Cinema Milwaukee, WI October 17 Nevada Theater Nevada City, CA October 17 Detroit Intitute of Arts Detroit, MI October 17 Reel Art Ways Hartford, CT October 17 Varsity Theater Seattle, WA October 24 Cedar Lee Theater Cleveland, OH October 31 Starz Film Center Denver, CO November 7 Little Theater Rochester, NY November 7 Chelsea Theater Chapel Hill, NC November 14 Catamount Arts St. Johnsbury, VT November 20 U of Colorado Film Theater Boulder, CO November 21 Little Art Theater Yellow Springs, OH November 21 Drexel Theater Columbus, OH November 29 Guild Theater Albuquerque, NM December 2 The Red Vic San Francisco, CA December 5 Academy of Arts Honolulu, HI December 5 Key Cinemas Indianapolis, IN December 5 Tivoli Theater Kansas City, MO undated Crest Theater Sacramento, CA undated Madstone Salt Lake City, UT undated Madstone Phoenix, AZ undated Belcourt Theater Nashville, TN undated Kentucky Theater Lexington, KY undated Avon Cinema Providence, RI undated Savoy Theater Montpelier, VT undated Ragtag Cinema Columbia, MO
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