The Camden 28
(2007, PBS, 2:17)

How far would you go to stop a war? THE CAMDEN 28 recalls a 1971 raid on a Camden, NJ, draft board office by “Catholic Left” activists protesting the Vietnam War and its effects on urban America. During its theatrical release, the New York Times called it “a brilliant merger of political outrage and filmmaking chops, and the most suspenseful movie in theaters right now.”