Enzian On Demand
Stream new release F.T.A. and support Enzian!
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For $12, the service provider will grant you access to the film, which is viewable on any internet-connected device including laptops, tablets, and smartphones. If you have the appropriate technology (Chromecast, Amazon Firestick, AirPlay, Apple TV, Smart TV, etc), you may be able to stream this to your television at home from your computer or phone.
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For every purchase of F.T.A. from Friday, March 5th, through Thursday, March 18th, nearly 50% goes directly back to Enzian in an effort to support us. We appreciate your support!
“The Show the Pentagon Couldn’t Stop!” In 1971, at the height of the Vietnam War, Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland toured an anti-war comedy show across Southeast Asia. It was directly engaged with and inspired by veterans against the war and, naturally, it upset U.S. military higher-ups. The F.T.A. tour was highly controversial and was a huge success among stationed soldiers. In spite of positive reviews and business, director Francine Parker’s film version was quickly taken out of circulation due to political pressures and has been difficult to see for decades.
F.T.A. has now been fully restored in 4K by IndieCollect and is preceded by a new video introduction by Academy Award-winning actor and activist Jane Fonda, which provides historical context and explains the impetus that sparked the creation of the F.T.A. troupe.
USA, 1972, 97 minutes, Rated R, Directed by Francine Parker
“Funny, biting and tuneful, it takes you right back there if you lived through it, and might be an eye-opener for activist ‘Ok, Boomer’ millennials.”—Roger Moore, Movie Nation
“Fascinating.”—Phil Hall, FILM THREAT
“Infectious and energizing…a document of disarming anti-authoritarian nerve.”—Michael Atkinson, IFC.COM
“Fonda brings down the house."—VARIETY
“Outstanding…not to be missed. The most amazing part of the movie is the interviews with the soldiers themselves who have reached the point of open rebellion.”—Louis Proyect, REC.ARTS.MOVIES.REVIEWS
“’F.T.A. has enormous contemporary resonance.”—AV CLUB