Orlando Sentinel, “Anarchist films of Nick Macdonald from ’70s to get first Chicago showings”

The films are homemade in the most obvious ways, dominated by menu sign wordplay, sock puppets, newspaper clippings and first-person essayistic musings. They range in length from the four-minute “No More Leaders—t” (1971) to the 33-minute 1972 scenario “The Liberal War,” in which a future generation looks back at John F. Kennedy’s role in the Vietnam morass.

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