Screening & Discussion
Date: Wednesday, April 4, 2012 - 5:30pm
Location: Wechsler Theater, MGC Third Floor
Filmmaker Peter Hegedus grew up in socialist Hungary and overdosed on American movies and the values he thought they promoted: truth, justice and hope for a safer world. But 20 years later, he wonders whether the America of his dreams ever existed. From the streets of Tehran to Tiananmen Square and from the refugee camps of Africa to the White House, the feature length documentary My America follows Peter on a six-year quest across five continents to find out what happened to the America of his childhood.
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