New Yorker profiles 3 1960s documentaries re-released





The social and political upheavals of the nineteen-sixties are the subject of an extraordinary trio of new releases—a pair of documentaries [ “American Revolution 2” and “The Murder of Fred Hampton”] by Mike Gray and Howard Alk, made in Chicago in the heat of the moment and released by Facets, and “The Hours and Times” (Choices), a 1991 drama directed by Christopher Münch.


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