A Grin Without a Cat

A Grin Without a Cat

less an explanatory history than a survey of international sentiments across the leftist movement. the editing is phenomenal, a direct extension of Eisenstein and Vertov and an obvious forebear of Curtis. of particular interest for me were the sections on Castro and Allende, giving these two historical figures a level of humanity and frankness that's totally alien to the modern American political construct

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