The Silent Revolution
After Theo and Kurt been to West Berlin and watched a journal film about the Budapest uprising, they became so influenced by what they saw that they had to start act against it. They bring this political awakening back to school and persuade their classmates to keep a quiet minute in solidarity with the Hungarian people. This will have unintended consequences and the students will be threatened by the Minister of Education. The film is based on a true story and Pernilla Josefsson writes in Kommunalarbetaren: "Rarely has a film so credibly depicted a political awakening."