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The Revolutionary est un film de genre Documentaire avec Jon Voight

The Revolutionary (2011)

The Revolutionary
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Durée 1h40
Themes Politique
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The Revolutionary is a 1970 political drama film directed by Paul Williams. The screenplay was written by Hans Koning (credited as Hans Koningsberger), based on his novel of the same name. It was the film debut for actor Jeffrey Jones.

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The film deals with campus life and protests during the Vietnam War.

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