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Medium Cool

Cinematographer Haskell Wexler harnessed his considerable talents to paint an oppressive portrait of the US in 1968, when the National Guard brutally clashed with anti-war protesters at the Democratic National Convention and the country’s political divisions seemed unbridgeable. In his story of a news cameraman who gets involved in social protest, Wexler mixes a fictional love story and a documentary setting. Wexler’s film takes an activist slant on media theorist Marshall McLuhan’s claim that the media are instrumental in shaping our experience.

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