Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times

Year: 2002
Production Co: Siglo Ltd
Director: John Junkerman

Whether you're a left wing liberal or not, this film is essential viewing as they're part of a grave necessity nowadays - opposing voices to the accepted consensus (read; Western) of history.

Noam Chomsky as usual comes to the fore in a mostly amateurish film, but don't watch it for the ridiculous Japanese pop soundtrack or the crap editing - hearing Chomsky's vast intellect and sense of reason & justice is an education everyone needs

He deftly shines a torch on the massive holes and injustices in the 50 year US-led policy of cultural and political conquest (currently labeled the War on Terror - in a calm and straightforward way - a nice change in itself from the hysterical rhetoric of geopolitics.

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