In the late 1960s, the U.S. antiwar movement gripped America's heartland. Student protests at the University of Wisconsin escalated from civil disobedience to violent rebellion when a bomb exploded at the Army Math Research facility. This Oscar-nominated film depicts the power of the people when they take to the streets.

“As a chronicle of consciousness-raising resistance methods, "The War at Home" is illuminating”

—Robert Abele, The Los Angeles Times