"This film is a battlecry!"
"Never intrusive and avoiding obvious, human interest techniques 'Pullman Car' makes the members of local 1834 come alive on their own terms… By the time the film is over it's impossible to distance oneself from the plight of these workers who are being shunted aside by their company, by their legislators, and by society as a whole."
—Larry Kart, Chicago Tribune
The Fight Continues:
Pullman Factory Today: Screening and Q&A with Film Subjects.
Wisconsin Protests Governor's Union Busting.
Interview with the Filmmakers.
From the Archives:
Historical Photographs of Pullman Train Cars
Study Guide from the Original Release
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