High School
High School (1968)

Frederick Wiseman, the Boston lawyer who became one of the most important cinema verité documentarians of America in the 1960s, followed his controversial breakthrough Titticut Follies with High School, an in-depth look at another American… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: May 1, 1968
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Spencer S.
This documentary follows students, faculty, and incoming advisors in their day to day lives at a public high school. The school is in Philadelphia, 1968, and… More
Mike T.
A valuable, captivating piece of history on film, Wiseman's film functions in a complex and implicit way. Although it exposes the flaws of oppressive… More
Rubia Carolina
</br> In High School, Frederick Wiseman takes us into the Northeast High School to observe an oppressive education system, an old teaching method when… More
KJ Proulx
It really is only footage that has been taken from high school student during the year of 1968, and I am not saying this a bad thing, because the real life… More

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