Solzhenitsyn's Children ... Are Making a Lot of Noise in Paris
A somewhat unconventional look at a serious subject--an intellectual political movement in France that may alter the face of Communism in Europe. The New Philosophers, as they are called, are former leftist activists whose thinking has been radically changed by Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Filmmaker Rubbo and the Paris-based correspondent for Montreal's La Presse, Louis-Bernard Robitaille, speak to some of them prior to the French national elections. They have abandoned their former pro-Marxist ideology. Will they now decisively influence the electorate?
1978, 87 min 21 s
Also available in French
International Evangelical Film Award
International Film Festival
October 9 to 14 1978, Mannheim - Germany
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