1967 Palo Alto high school fascism experiment becomes movie
Original post made by Simon Firth on Jan 30, 2008
PARK CITY, Utah (Hollywood Reporter) - Based on a real event from a California high school in 1967 and transposed to Germany today, "The Wave" is a cautionary tale about the roots of fascism. Seductive and horrifying at the same time, it suggests that anything is possible in today's unstable environment.
You can find more about the actual Palo Alto experience at: Web Link
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