Arthur Miller's explosive 1964 look at post World War II angst and the HUAC debacle is what Time Magazine called "endlessly fascinating and emotionally harrowing." Quentin is reeling from two failed marriages and the fall out of the Senate hearings that have severed ties with his closest friends. A powerful visit to a burnt out concentration camp brings an epiphany as he meets a woman who may change his life. But what is that life? And how has he navigated the mine field of allegiances, lust and betrayal?