Faces of the Enemy


57 minutes, color
Source: Social Studies School Service

Faces of the Enemy is a fascinating look at how visual images have been used to create a certain notion of our enemies. Sam Keene, who researched this subject and narrates the documentary, has collected countless examples of the ways in which the media is used both here and abroad. He looks at visual images in both print and television. This film could be used for additional discussions on propaganda

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