During the early 1970s, a group of filmmakers formed a San Francisco-based production collective, Cine Manifest, aimed at changing the world through the power of cinema and the ideals of Marxism. How did they fare? Where are they now? The group's sole female member, Judy Irola, looks back over the enterprise's history in this intriguing documentary and shares memories with her six colleagues during intimate new interviews. 75 min. Soundtrack: English; biographies; bonus shorts.