Les Apprentis-sorciers (The Sorceror's Apprentice)
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Les Apprentis-sorciers (The Sorceror's Apprentice)
"Radical chic" was a phenomenon of the upper classes in the late '60s and early '70s: liberal, socially concerned and very wealthy people would emulate the attitudes, mannerisms and style of the radicalized and revolutionary poor. They would even go so far as to socialize with revolutionaries and provide them with funding for their activities. In this drama, a similar group of bored rich people gets more involved with the radical element than they had planned, and things get out of hand. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi