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REBELS: A JOURNEY UNDERGROUND, EPISODE 2 OF 6 “A NEW KIND OF BOHEMIAN”, documentary 47min.

Episode 2 of the 6-part canadian documentary series, “Rebels”,  by writer/director Kevin Alexander.  “A New Kind Of Bohemian” focuses on The Beat Generation:  “Following World War II, a new period of post-war social complexity overtook America. It was during this turbulent, often repressive Cold War time that Jack Kerouac coined the phrase, “beat” and gave birth to a new literary movement. This film follows the activities of this new breed of writer: Kerouac, Cassady, Ginsburg and a handful of outsiders who became known as the “Beat Generation.”

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