This video starts with the people who were fighting for their freedom and he joins in. This section discusses how he thinks of freedom had always been a fantasy, not only for him but for France. The longer he lived the clearer it became that individual freedom did not exist. In the 70’s he made himself the advocate of social violence, which was a counter violence to the violence of the government. His quote was, “Terrorism is the atomic bomb of the poor.” Shows funeral of Sartre in April 19, 1980 over 50,000 people followed the coffin. This video is for high school students, some parts have subtitles.