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Ayn Rand: In Her Own Words
     

Ayn Rand: In Her Own Words

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Director: Robert Anderson, John Little, Ayn Rand

Cast: Robert Anderson, John Little, Ayn Rand

 
This profile of objectivist writer Ayn Rand explores the writer's life and career, using her own writing - both personal, and professional - to illustrate her evolving personal and political views that influenced her writing. The program also chronicles the author's life, from her childhood in Russia to her success as the spokesperson for objectivist philosophy.

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This profile of objectivist writer Ayn Rand explores the writer's life and career, using her own writing - both personal, and professional - to illustrate her evolving personal and political views that influenced her writing. The program also chronicles the author's life, from her childhood in Russia to her success as the spokesperson for objectivist philosophy.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/05/2011
UPC:
0741952691594
Original Release:
2011
Rating:
NR
Source:
Momentum
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:12:00
Sales rank:
72,657

Special Features

Multiple featurettes: "Who Is Howard Roark?" - "Childhood Parties" - "First Impressions of Alan Greenspan" - Comments on Culture Today"

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Disc #1 -- Ayn Rand: In Her Own Words
1. Childhood [8:32]
2. War [6:51]
3. College [8:03]
4. The Pursuit of Happiness [11:50]
5. Productive Achievement [10:27]
6. The Fountainhead [13:45]
7. Reason as the Only Absolute [10:20]
8. Epilogue [4:24]

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Ayn Rand: In Her Own Words 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BeachBumMum More than 1 year ago
Her own video and photo archives -- finally. The narration is completely composed of clips of her own voice, reminiscing about her past (girlhood in Russia, Hollywood, etc.) and explaining her world view. She is up close to the camera at various points in her life-- it's an 'in your face' view. I have always been interested in what the attraction to her is-- this DVD was worth the wait.