Rick Miller's Boom a can't-miss theatrical experience (Review)
Roll out the superlatives because it's the only way you can describe the 114 minutes of political, cultural and music history Miller relates in Boom.
His focus is on the years from 1945 to 1969, which he calls the baby boomer generation, started with the bombing of Hiroshima and ended with the moon landing.
The set is a huge cylinder inside what looks like a gigantic record and it becomes the time capsule from which Miller delivers his amazing history lesson of how international and national politics impacted ordinary people in North America.
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