Afghanistan is a landlocked country that sits in harsh, almost inhospitable area between the traditional crossroads of great powers. Forces from India, the far East, the middle east, and the west have all attempted to pass and fallen before Afghanistan, the grave yard of empires.
On Chrismas Eve, 1979, a combined air and land invasion of Afghanistan commenced. The Red army quickly seized many urban areas, roads, and communication lines. Amin himself was captured and executed how will the Afghan war end.
This clip is based on the true court case, Anderson v. Cryovac, Inc., which involved environmental pollution in Woburn, Massachussetts in the 1980s. The case centered on trichloroethylene, a solvent that had contaminated nearby groundwater and seems to have caused fatal cases of leukemia and cancer. In this scene, the plaintiff's attorney goes back and forth with the opposing party to reach a settlement before the trial begins.
In the 1980s, Richard Hambleton becomes known as the godfather of street art for his work that appears on buildings throughout the Lower East Side of Manhattan. His art has become a phenomenon for many who admire works of art.