Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
The late 1960s were times of generational conflict not only in the U.S., but in Germany and France as well. There, as in the U.S., the conflict tended to be between leftist youths and their more right-wing elders. In Germany, one of the heroes of the youth political movement was Rudi Dutschke (aka "Red Rudi"), who was assassinated in 1968. This documentary uses stock footage as well as interviews with family and associates in order to bring the times and its subject alive.