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The play is the story of Frank Buchman's first experiences of bringing change to a college in Pennsylvania, when the students where going to strike. The visit of Buchman to this place helped to improve the situation greatly. In particular he helped a man called Bill Pickle to improve his life and relationships, and stop drinking. The film ends with a series of people on stage paying tribute to Frank Buchman and his work, Frank sitting in a chair (it's acted as in the play, but much of the speeches relate to real events from the history of MRA).