Guerrilla, the taking of Patty Hearst, Magnolia Pictures presents a Robert Stone film in association with American Experience and BBC ; co-produced and edited by Don Kleszy ; produced and directed by Robert Stone
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  • YsFI5CHG754
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  • True
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  • Guerrilla, the taking of Patty Hearst, Magnolia Pictures presents a Robert Stone film in association with American Experience and BBC ; co-produced and edited by Don Kleszy ; produced and directed by Robert Stone
Main title
  • Guerrilla
Sub title
  • the taking of Patty Hearst
Responsibility statement
  • Magnolia Pictures presents a Robert Stone film in association with American Experience and BBC ; co-produced and edited by Don Kleszy ; produced and directed by Robert Stone
Variant title
  • Taking of Patty Hearst
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • On February 4, 1974, college student Patty Hearst (granddaughter of newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst), was kidnapped from her apartment by a terrorist group calling itself the Symbionese Liberation Army. The SLA, seeking to foment a violent uprising within America's working class, forced the Hearst family to donate millions of dollars in food to the poor. But two months after her kidnapping, Patty emerged in public as Tania, an armed member of the SLA who helped her captors to rob a bank. Director Robert Stone uses rare and previously unseen archive footage as well as interviews with former SLA members to explain "America's first encounter with modern media-driven political terrorism."
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  • videorecording
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  • MPAA rating: Not rated
Medium
  • videorecording
OCLC Number
  • 61106425
Runtime
  • 89
Technique
  • live action
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