Both revered as a legal crusader and reviled as a troublemaking radical, attorney William Kunstler sprang to national attention when he chose to defend the members of the "Chicago Seven" in the late 1960s. This documentary directed by two of his daughters surveys Kunstler's associations with Martin Luther King, Jr., the American Indian Movement, and assorted clients who looked to him to mount defenses no other lawyer would touch. 73 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo. Two-disc set.