I’ve seen dozens of documentaries that promise rare glimpses under the Iron Curtain, but this is probably the best. – People Magazine
Thirty years after the crushed Hungarian revolution, cameras follow an exiled freedom fighter back to his homeland for the first time. Through his memory and eyes, this one-hour documentary tells the exciting history of Hungary’s 1956 revolt and examines Eastern bloc’s daring experiments with capitalism and freedom. Produced by KCET/Los Angeles and broadcast nationally on PBS in 1986.
Blaine Baggett: Executive Producer