- 87 min
- Directed by: Robert Rosenberg and Greta Schiller
In 1969 the patrons of the Stonewall Inn in New York fought back against a police raid with three nights of rioting. This film examines the historical background to this burst of political energy, moving from the early 20s onwards using a wealth of archive material and interviews.
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