Reaction: A Portrait of a Society in Crisis

Reaction: A Portrait of a Society in Crisis

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Creating Reaction: A Portrait of a Society in Crisis is a 1973 Canadian documentary film directed by Robin Spry and produced by the National Film Board of Canada. The companion film to Spry's Action: The October Crisis of 1970, it explores the reactions of English-speaking Quebecers to the 1970 October Crisis and the threat of the Quebec nationalist group, Front de libération du Québec.

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