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A radical portrait of New Mexico, with Steve Baer's brilliant diatribe
on plutonium ("I think a friend has some in his house"), the Navajo
Council for Liberation sit-in at tribal headquarters, Ike de Vargas
and Bleak Beauty's own hero, Willie Jaramillo, at war with the police.
"Named after the atom bomb that destroyed Hiroshima, Little Boy is a
king of grand summa, Lyon's epic view of America focused through the
lens of contemporary New Mexico. The bleak, man-made environment is
superimposed uneasily on a harsh, unforgiving landscape, and
explosively charged with clashing subculturesrobust, pulsating with
energy, but also clouded by a kind of doomed fatality" (San Francisco