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We The Living screened in Delhi
Published on : Sunday, August 29, 2010
"We The Living", the movie adaptation of Ayn Rand's debut novel was first made in Italy without Ayn Rand's permission,banned and later rediscovered .The screening of the movie was held at NCUI auditorium on August 21, and was attended by 35 fans. It turned out to be a great experience for all the ones who attended it.After the break, there was a live session with Duncan Scott on Skype, who credited the rediscovery to Holzers. Mr. Scott offered the DVD of the film at a specially discounted rate of $25 to the audience in India, writes Vikram Bajaj.
Love, politics and Ayn Rand - A review of "We the Living", by Cathy Young
Published on : Thursday, February 25, 2010
The ideas of Ayn Rand, the Russian-born American philosopher-novelist are enjoyinga revival as of the present happenings which resembles her warning of creeping socialism. Recently, a DVD of an adaptation of her We The Living was released. The movie was wonderfully made, and the casting of Kira and Leo were perfect, though the one of Andrei was problematic. The DVD has a pro-freedom message, writes Cathy Young in Forbes.
Ayn Rand's popularity spurs release of the lost film, by Duncan Scott
Published on : Monday, February 1, 2010
105 years have passed since Ayn Rand was one, but her popularity is surging than ever before. Todays news lines show a striking resemblance with her fiction works. The Hollywood is taking note, and the release of the DVD of We The Living is a an unusual example.The movie was made in Italy, banned and later restored. It's release was a huge success in the United States, writes Duncan Scott in Newsmax.
Philosopher Robert Mayhew on Ayn Rand's novel "We the Living", interviewed by Scott Holleran
Published on : Monday, January 11, 2010
We the Living is not about Soviet Russia in 1925--it's a novel about any dictatorship, anywhere, and hopefully it will prevent one in the United States. The theme of We The Living is man against the state. Ayn Rand had done a wonderful job in making Andrei as noble and heroic as possible. We The Living is badly needed at presents, says Robert Mayhew, in an interview with Scott Holleran.

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