Distributor:  Kartemquin Films
Length:  22 minutes
Date:  1968
Genre:  Expository
Language:  English
Color/BW:  Black and White
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A parish youth group in a lower middle-class Chicago neighborhood discusses parental authority, what growing up means, and the difficulties of communicating with their parents.

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A parish youth group in a lower middle-class, Chicago neighborhood discusses parental authority, what growing up means, and the difficulties of communicating with their parents. This cinema-verite documentary of an actual meeting allows the young people to speak for themselves, giving us a viewpoint different from that of their more prosperous or more radical counterparts.

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Awards

Official Selection MISSION OF YOUTH FESTIVAL, MEXICO OLYMPICS 1968

Citation

Main credits

Temaner, Gerald (Producer)
Quinn, Gordon (Producer)

Distributor credits

Gordon Quinn Gerald Temaner

Docuseek2 subjects

The 1960s and Vietnam Era
Catholicism
Youth Issues
Parenting
Documentary Films
Chicago

Distributor subjects

Race and Racism
Critical Thinking
Civil Rights
Film History
Family Issues
Documentaries
Economics

Keywords

Kartemquin Films; Race/Ethnicity/Racism; Family; Class Inequality; Economics; "Parents"; Kartemquin Films;

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