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In this documentary, striking political science students concerned with the democratization of their university occupy the offices of the Political Science Department at McGill University. The issue: greater student control over the hiring of faculty. The film crew lives with the students and follows their action through confusion, argument, dissent, and negotiations with faculty. The result is an intimate view of a student political action.

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  • director
    Bill Reid
  • producer
    Bill Reid
  • executive producer
    George C. Stoney
  • photography
    Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
    David De Volpi
  • sound
    Jacques Drouin
    Jean-Guy Normandin
  • editing
    Albert Kish
    Pierre Lasry
    Bill Reid
  • sound editing
    John Knight
  • music
    Tex Koenig
  • re-recording
    Roger Lamoureux
    Jean-Pierre Joutel

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  • sixam

    What a bunch of petty whiners! They are all probably the same age as my dad (over 60). Are they proud of themselves? Millions of people around the world live in a far worse situation than they do. These "students" should be embarrassed at how ungrateful they were.

    sixam, 17 Aug 2013