End Of Innocence: June 19th, 1953

END OF INNOCENCE, a fictional film, depicts the execution of so-called Atom Spies, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, and the impact it has on a Jewish boy named Michael, his family, and his community. Surrounded by media images, talk on the street, and arguments in the next room about the Rosenbergs, Michael is forced to confront issues of life and death, guilt and innocence, and dying parents and their orphaned children. Gold Plaque, 1982 Chicago International Film Festival.
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