WHITE RIOT: A BRIEF HISTORY OF VIETNAM WAR PROTEST ELEMENTS IN CINEMA Jack Hunter Author
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The latter part of the 1960s saw the advent of a small, short-lived genre of Vietnam War-related cinema – the “peacenik/draft-dodger” movie, in which student anti-war demonstrations and ruses used by America’s youth to avoid conscription were used as plot devices in films ranging from the underground to teen exploitation and arthouse productions. WHITE RIOT looks at a whole range of these films, including works by Martin Scorsese, Brian de Palma, Andy Warhol, John Lennon, and Kenneth Anger. With 9 photographic illustrations.

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