What "correct" message?
Are you referring to Connie Field's Life and Times of Rosie the
Riveter? Fields used a combination of government propaganda films
and interviews which she conducted with the women involved in the
industry. Fields doesn't directly interject any narrative or
comment in her film.
Are you, by any chance, mistaking Field's film for the patently
mediocre video entitled Rosie the Riveter (part of the home video
release entitled Homefront U.S.A.) ???
At 12:34 PM 11/3/2005, you wrote:
>Please help me to locate this production which contains the actual
>interview(s) and not the producer or director's perception. I had
>ordered this for a faculty member, who stopped showing it mid-video
>because she did not believe the correct message was portrayed.
>Thanks in advance for any and all help!
>Karen L. Patterson
>Acquisitions Specialist for Books and Nonprint Media
>Pennsylvania College of Technology
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