Cinematic Campaigning: This Fall, Filmmakers Assault the Status Quo

The Village Voice | September 15, 2004
Independent filmmakers are in the midst of an unprecedented assault upon the present administration, timed for campaign body blows and so pervasive as to seem coordinated. More political movies debut this fall, including one on the kidnapping of Patty Hearst and another on sex researcher Dr. Alfred Kinsey.

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