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American Anarchist 2016 123movies

Sep. 02, 201680 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The story of one of the most infamous books ever written, “The Anarchist Cookbook,” and the role it’s played in the life of its author, now 65, who wrote it at 19 in the midst of the counterculture upheaval of the late ’60s and early ’70s.
Plot: The story of one of the most infamous books ever written, “The Anarchist Cookbook,” and the role it’s played in the life of its author, now 65, who wrote it at 19 in the midst of the counterculture upheaval of the late ’60s and early ’70s.
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The Very Unfairly treated Bill
When I was 19, I worked in a hippie bookstore that carried “The Anarchist Cookbook.” We kept it behind the counter, along with other naughty books (“The Joy of Lesbian Sex”; even “The Satanic Verses”.)

At the time, we all thought it was very, very COOL– and naturally, deliciously subversive– that we were selling this book.

Point being: 19.

This film bothered me tremendously, most of all for Siskel’s indignation, which somehow seemed irrelevant to me. Of COURSE the book is atrocious. Of COURSE the book has motivated many a disturbed individual to commit heinous acts– one here in Salt Lake City, in fact, where Mark Hoffman (the “Salamander Letters” forger) purchased the book from that hippie bookstore, and used it to make bombs that killed two people in 1985.

My point is, viewers get it. Powell gets it. Powell’s wife gets it.

But I am not so sure about Charlie Siskel. At one point the filmmaker presents a barrage of horrific acts committed by people in possession of “The Anarchist Cookbook.” (was I the only one who wondered why we were all being flogged with this theory, considering what can now be so easily found on the Internet?) We even get to hear that Senator Feinstein think Powell’s book should be “removed from the internet.” (Huh?)

The best part of the film is the backstory about Powell’s troubled boyhood. This part of the film is genuinely moving, and made me think of Frank Conroy’s lovely and dark book, “Stop Time.” Powell tries again and again to gently articulate that there is something to be learned– a connection worth exploring– between alienated youngsters in a damaged world, and dangerous ideas and rhetoric. Powell tell us, “my skeleton is not in the closet,” and continues (with amazing forbearance, I thought) to explore the impact of “The Anarchist Cookbook.”

Towards the end, Powell lights up briefly and long enough to describe the subject of one of his other books. Siskel goes at him with his thesis doggedly, and one last time, before the camera lights on Powell’s baffled, bemused countenance.(I could just hear Siskel going, “Gotcha!”). This film felt to me like a dumbed-down version of a much, much more complicated history and story.

Review By: nicole-484 Rating: 6 Date: 2017-07-04
Fascinating if you can get over the insolent interviewer–this “evil” guy is a way better guy than I’ll ever be
I think how you react to “American Anarchist” is going to depend on your own experiences with “The Anarchist Cookbook” and if you can look past the interviewer. Personally, the only person I ever knew who owned a copy was going to do crazy things anyhow (generally crazy not “evil”). This was just some additional material for him, but he had no problem sourcing or thinking up questionable activities and was about the same age as the author of “The Anarchist Cookbook” was when he wrote it. (Frankly, I wasn’t an angel at that age either and would have been a better devil if I could have been.)

I ignored the interviewer’s sanctimony and found this documentary to offer fascinating insight into a book which had crossed my path in a memorable way. I had no idea about who the author was, what his life story or motivations were, and even the supposed links to every single bad thing that’s happened in the world since the book was published. A lot of guys have been where he was at his age, including me, although much less successfully. There’s nothing new about angry young men in history, since it’s definitely firmly rooted in biology (oops, that’s probably politically incorrect no matter how much ethology backs it up). He did nothing more than pull together information that was in the public domain. It’s not like any number of motivated violent people hadn’t been able to find this kind of information prior to his book.

I get why the author feels responsible for some of the nasty things that might have been linked to his book–I would too somewhat, but he isn’t responsible. Look at the internet nowadays, “The Anarchist’s Cookbook” is no big deal compared to what you can easily turn up with an internet search, yet the holier-than-thou interviewer probably wants to blame this old guy for Google, Facebook, Twitter, Trump, and Hitler. I was amazed by how he lived his life as he aged and matured. The guy’s truly inspirational, and it’s only because he’s so remarkably truly social-minded that he reacts as he does. So if you can get over the bizarre agenda of the interviewer and “The Anarchist’s Cookbook” has played some role in your life, then I’d consider this film well worth watching. I will warn you ahead of time that it’s a completely cerebral experience and you’re going to watch a 65-year-old guy who’s probably a better person than you are be repeatedly and unnecessarily bullied.

Review By: carbuff Rating: 9 Date: 2020-06-20

Other Information:

Original Title American Anarchist
Release Date 2016-09-02
Release Year 2016

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 20 min (80 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated TV-MA
Genre Documentary
Director Charlie Siskel
Writer Charlie Siskel
Actors William Powell, Charlie Siskel, Ochan Kusuma-Powell
Country United States
Awards 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
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American Anarchist 2016 123movies
Original title American Anarchist
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