Documentary portrait of the Jewish revolutionary and writer Sal Santen (1915-1998), a radical leftist who, as a member of the Fourth International, supported resistance movements in Third World countries.
Documentary portrait of the Jewish revolutionary and writer Sal Santen (1915-1998), a radical leftist who, as a member of the Fourth International, supported resistance movements in Third World countries. Disillusioned, he left the movement after 1967 and turned his mind to writing. The film focuses on Santen's meeting with Michel Raptis, political leader of the Fourth International. Winner of the Golden Calf for Best Documentary in 1982.

Credits

Set geluid
Production company
VPRO TV

Title: Sal Santen rebel
Year: 1982
Duration : 1 hour, 15 minutes
Category: Long Documentary
Edition: NFF 1995

Gouden Kalf winner

Beste Lange Documentaire (1982)
Rudolf van den Berg

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