The theme of this work is; How same "cliche" style (sometimes mentioned as "Hollywood classical cinema" ) was used in various film genres (newsreels, fiction genre film, instruction film, etc.) from late 1930 to early 1950 in USA. In addition, the editing of this montage film shows the flexibility of the style, which had been influenced by and had influenced on non-US films(for example "soviet montage school"). All the materials of this film are picked up from films and footage belonging to Public Domain
The main materials are from the following films;
"Capitalism"(1948) Coronet Instructional Films "Ghost Patrol"(1936) directed by Samuel Neufeld "Communism"(1952) Coronet Instructional Films "From Dawn to Sunset"(1937) The Jam Handy Organization "Survival Under Atomic Attack (1951)" U.S. Office of Civil Defense "A is for Atom"(1953) John Sutherland Productions "Work of the Stock Exchange" (1941) Coronet Instructional Films
Note: This film doesn't imply any concrete ideology and criticism towards any real or fictional person and any organization.