Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
A student who is involved in non-violent protest changes when he sees a picture of a Viet Cong soldier being executed by a South Vietnamese policeman. Vowing he would never kill as a soldier, he has no trouble with his conscience when he kills as a civilian. He kills a communist professor and a famous architect and throws some Molotov cocktails into a student demonstration when the police arrive. When a television reporter doubts the student is the murderer, the reporter becomes the next victim of the student, who has been driven to participate in the violence he has found so objectionable in the past.
architecture, decadence, execution, killing, life-of-crime, police, professor, protester, reporter, soldier, student