I prefer 'Reefer Madness'.If more Americans would just watch more foreign films, the history and horrors of Communism would open up many eyes.
A Chinese drama directed by Chen Kaige that won Best Film at the Cannes Film Festival, "Farewell, My Concubine", accurately depicts how Communism changes even loyal friends and spouses out of fear.
"Camp 14: Total Control Zone" is a true story about Shin Dong-Huyk who was born inside a North Korean prison camp. The only world he knew was one of punishment, torture and abuse beyond imagination until he managed to escape at the age of 20.
More eyes need to be opened in this country. Tyranny always starts out as nonthreatening. As does government control and loyalty to the state.
It's always too late when enough people succomb to the propaganda.
Both these films are on Netflix.
Even less tyrannical regimes but total government control, such as Chavez's Venezuela, has an unpleasant ending.
He started out convincing enough people that he only cared about the poor too until the headlines read, "Venezuelans protest Chavez's power grabs that voters rejected."
It got me starting smoking at six.