For someone who thrived during this era, it was a nice refresher course. I started college in 1967, and was able to see and even meet some of the principles of this era. For young people it is a must see movie. It is the US seen trough Swedish eyes. I
gave it high marks because mostly what is shown these days about the struggle of the 60′s is Martin Luther King. There were many more, who got coverage at the time. Some of them were revered as much as Martin Luther King. It draws few conclusions except for the epidemic of drugs in the Black community for the Radicalisms demise. In my opinion, many of the radicals went capitalist. Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver turned main stream. I bought a cookbook by Bobby Seale in the 80′s. Despite its flaws, this movie is history that you will never see in the history books.