Guerrilla-Taking of Patty Hearst



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The award-winning and internationally acclaimed film GUERRILLA: THE TAKING OF PATTY HEARST is a gripping unparalleled account of the most sensational kidnapping in American history. On February 4 1974 college student Patty Hearst (the granddaughter of publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst) was boldly snatched from her apartment by a flamboyant terrorist group called the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). Determined to foment a violent political uprising among America's working class the SLA extorted the Hearst family into donating millions of dollars in food to the poor but events soon took a scandalously strange turn. Two months after her kidnapping-as the media camped out in swarms on the Hearst lawn- Patty shocked the nation by changing her name to Tania and then with assault rifle in hand joined her captors in robbing a bank. Utilizing rare and never-before-seen archive footage audio recordings and exclusive interviews with former SLA members renowned director Robert Stone presents an eye-opening chronicle of this bizarre affair which marked America's first direct encounter with modern media-driven political terrorism. DVD Features: Commentary with Director Robert Stone; Audio Exclusive: The Patty Hearst Tapes; Exclusive Footage: Hibernia Bank Robbery; Deleted Scenes: Sacramento Courthouse; Theatrical Trailer; Filmmaker Biography; Photo Gallery; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround; 16:9 Widescreen Format; Interactive Menus; Scene Selection.

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Director: Robert Stone
Actor: Dan Grove
Actor: John Lester
Actor: Mike Bortin
Actor: Russell Little
Actor: Timothy Findley

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