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End of Innocence

USA, 1981 (MIFF 1982)

Director: Stephen Stept

A drama about the executions of 'Atom Spies' Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, and the impact they have on a small Jewish boy, his family and community. It is the story of a child's attempt, on this historic and desperate day, to understand the workings of the world.

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