"My name is Marian Marzynski," I introduced myself in broken English to my film class.
"It's too long," they said. "Can we call you Marz?"
In 1972, my students at the Rhode Island School of Design were the siblings of those who rebelled in the 60s. This new generation's rebellion was in the arts. As a political refugee from Communist Poland, I was enchanted by this American outburst of personal expression. 30 years later, I made a film about it...
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