“A Walk in the Woods” by Lee Blessing
Two negotiators–one American and the other Russian–walk in the woods outside Geneva during the SALT talks of the late 1980s. Delicately balancing the line between adversary and colleague, the two use every weapon in their arsenals to move the other toward an agreement: an agreement that both want only on favorable terms for their sides. Directed by Ken Michels and featuring John Ellis and Joel Underwood, A Walk in the Woods is at times funny and always thought-provoking, exploring the nature of negotiation…and of sacrifice.
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