Plot & Details
The remarkable life of the immigrant christened "the most dangerous woman in America" is explored in this documentary focusing on noted birth-control advocate and anti-military conscription activist Emma Goldman. A noted Russian-born woman who became the leader of the anarchist movement upon immigrating into the United States, Goldman subsequently earned such nicknames as "Red Emma" and "Queen of the Anarchists" for her outspoken vocal attacks on the government and her staunch opposition to World War I.
- Genre(s): Documentary,Epic and Historical,Special Interest
- Run Time: 82min.
- DVD Release Date: 04/12/2004
- Distributor(s): PBS
- Director(s): Mel Bucklin
- Starring: Blair Brown
- Themes: Fighting the System
- Tone: Compassionate,Earnest,Forceful,Reflective
- Keywords: Equal-Rights, FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), Jewish, activism, anarchy, atheism, civil-liberties, free-spirit, freedom-fighter, freedom-of-speech, notoriety, radical, rebel, social-change
- Language: English