Answers to questions from viewers
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Answers to questions from viewers is a short film from 1955 released on 16mm. It is held in the IUL Moving Image Archive collection.
Drive-in movies, bow ties, ready-made clothes and convertible cars are commented upon by the high school students from thirty-four countries.
|Answers to questions from viewers
- Drive-in movies, bow ties, ready-made clothes and convertible cars are commented upon by the high school students from thirty-four countries. In answer to questions from viewers of the series, the students give their impressions of the United States and its way of life. A chorus of "No!" greets the question, "If you had your choice, would you stay in the United States?" Only two boys who have ambitions to be physicians say they would like to remain here to study. Most of the others declare they feel a duty to return home and help improve the status of their own countries.
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- Culture;International relations and culture;Cross-cultural studies.