Code 68
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Cobbled together from mildly interesting and unfailingly stiff dialogue scenes, "Code 68" is a film about making a film that's all talk and no action. Confessing that everything she knows about the student revolution of May 1968 she's gleaned from movies, young documaker Anne Buridan -- Judith Cahen as the earnest flake she's played in her own two features -- sounds out a motley collection of ex-militants about how intimacy and politics fused into a euphoric moment.