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film MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN AMERICA Jan28 Blue Hill

Thu, Jan 27, 2011

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Reminder:

The Most Dangerous Man in America will be shown Friday January 28, 7:00 p.m. at Blue Hill Library.
First in Peninsula Peace & Justice Winter Film Series.
Free, everyone invited. fmi 326-4405
  • HENRY KISSINGER: This is an attack on the whole integrity of government. If whole file cabinets can be stolen and then made available to the press, you can’t have orderly government anymore.  
  • PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON: I think it is time in this country to quit making national heroes out of those who steal secrets and publish them in the newspaper.

“[A] gripping story… comprehensively detailed in Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith’s evocative documentary.”
– Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times

“A Must-See! Crams a wealth of material into 90 minutes without losing clarity or momentum. Focuses on (Ellsberg’s) moral turnaround, which directly impacted history. A unique fusion of personal and social drama.” – Ronnie Scheib, Variety

“The filmmakers do an astounding job… earnest, smart documentary…  “The Most Dangerous Man” offers a brisk and eye-opening approach to recent history.”
– Chris Barsanti, Hollywood Reporter


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