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Original Title: The Trial Of Billy Jack
After Billy Jack in sentenced to four years in prison for the "involuntary manslaughter" of the first film, the Freedom School expands and flourishes under the guidance of Jean Roberts. The utopian existence of the school is characterized by everything ranging from "yoga sports" to muckracking journalism. The diverse student population airs scathing political exposes on their privately owned television station. The narrow-minded townspeople have different ideas about their brand of liberalism. Billy Jack is released and things heat up for the school. Students are threatened and abused and the Native Americans in the neighboring village are taunted and mistreated. After Billy Jack undergoes a vision quest, the governor and the police plot to permanently put an end to their liberal shenanigans, leaving it up to Billy Jack to save the day.
I saw this movie for the first and, unfortunately, the only time when I was 17. I was very moved by the story line and can still remember it as if I had just seen it yesterday. The acting may not have been award winning, but the characters developed by Mr. Laughlin and Ms. Taylor, in particular, were first rate. I find it disheartening that I have never been able to see this movie again. I have checked the movie listings almost weekly for years, hoping to come across a late night showing, but to no avail. As far as I'm concerned, it is a great movie!
The American fear of freedom is brightly reflected (maybe too brightly) in this film. But the same individuals who consider it's content outrageous will also readily accept the government's explanation of the massacre at Waco. Soccer moms of the nineties will not be able to relate to the film's 1970's concerns.
Although the movie is outdated, it's themes still faithfully apply today. The war against religious and intellectual freedoms is really no more out of place today than it was in the days of Pontius Pilate.
Wounded and hospitalized, Jean Roberts (Delores Taylor
), a teacher at Freedom School, an alternative school for troubled youth on a Native American reservation in Arizona, describes to reporters and writers (in flashbacks) the events that followed the arrest, trial, and release of half-Indian and ex-Green Beret Billy Jack (Tom Laughlin
), whose attempts to prevent the abuse of Freedom School's students resulted in several deaths. After serving four years of a 5-15 year sentence for involuntary manslaughter, Billy returned to the reservation and to Freedom School, but the troubles started up again. The Trial of Billy Jack is the third movie in the Billy Jack series, preceded by The Born Losers (1967)
(1967) and Billy Jack (1971)
(1971) and followed by Billy Jack Goes to Washington (1977)
(1977) and The Return of Billy Jack (1986)
(uncompleted). The screenplay was written by independent film-maker Tom Laughlin (under the pen name Frank Christina) and his wife Delores Taylor (under the pen name Teresa Christina). While Jean is on the phone with the governor, the military surrounding the school open fires on the students. Jean rushes outside, screaming for the military to stop, but she is shot in the abdomen. Danny (Michael Bolland
) is shot in the back. When Carol (Teresa Kelly
) rushes to Danny, she is also shot. Suddenly, a stream of torches is seen approaching the school. The local Indians place themselves between the school and military, reminding them that the school is under reservation protection and that the military will have to shoot them first. Then an odd thing happens. Bunches of the military begin throwing down their guns and joining the Indians. Meanwhile, Billy lies near death from his bullet wounds. He is gifted with a vision from the maiden (Sandra Ego
) who informs him that he has not yet reached level four and must return, along with Carol, to carry on the teachings. Jean considers closing the school, but Billy and the students convince Jean not to give up. In the final scenes, Jean and Carol, both in wheelchairs, are wheeled into a church where all the students pay tribute to Jean. As the camera pans away from the church, a postscript reads 'Some may feel this picture is too violent, but the real messages which inspired this fictionalized version were a thousand-fold more violent for those innocent people who were its victims. Rather than direct anger at this re-creation, please channel your energy toward those officials who either ordered, condoned, or failed to take action against these events and perhaps toward ourselves for also turning our backs and letting such events occur unchallenged. All we are saying is...give peace a chance. ' When confronted with a slap, a Level 1 person will respond with a similar punch, showing that he is immediately pulled down to an animal level, reacting on instinct. A Level 2 person does not react with brute violence but easily forgets what he was doing and so is pulled away from his own center. A Level 3 person cannot be swayed by another person to react, thus he is his own person. How a person at Level 4 would react to a slap is not disclosed.
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