The Strawberry Statement

  • 1970
  • Movie
  • R
  • Political

Davison is a college student who joins the protest movement because he hopes it will provide him with an in with a girl he is pursuing. Instead he becomes passionately involved in the larger cause, is beaten up, and is even accused of being a communist. Contemporary audiences were shocked by the film's depiction of the violence police use to break up sit-ins...read more

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The Strawberry Statement - Official Trailer
03:28 — The phone rings in the college president's office. A coed, one of many students in the room, picks up. "We're sorry, the president will not be in toda (more…)
(Movie Clip) You're Very Compulsive
Simon (Bruce Davison) has his first chat with student radical Linda (Kim Darby) while straying from his duties in the occupation of university offices (more…)

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  • Review: Davison is a college student who joins the protest movement because he hopes it will provide him with an in with a girl he is pursuing. Instead he becomes passionately involved in the larger cause, is beaten up, and is even accused of being a communist. Co… (more)

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