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The Trap - What Happened to Our Dreams of Freedom

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New series 1/3. F**k You Buddy. A new series of films that explore the contemporary concept of freedom. Bafta award-winning producer
Adam Curtis argues that the traditional model of freedom was derived from ideas and techniques developed by nuclear strategists during the Cold War. He believes people have become trapped into thinking that there are no other forms of liberty, which can lead to political situations that cause death and chaos abroad.
Director Adam Curtis ; Producer Lucy Kelsall

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Producer: Adam Curtis
Director: Adam Curtis
Producer: Lucy Kelsall

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The Trap - What Happened to Our Dreams of Freedom

BBC Two England, 11 March 2007 21.00






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