It is the Summer 1692, and the petty revenge of wronged lover Abigail Williams proves to be the spark that lights the well-stoked fire of paranoia amongst the repressed townsfolk of Salem, Massachusetts, resulting in the famous witch-hunts.
Arthur Miller's award-winning 1953 drama was widely seen as an allegory of the wave of anti-communism sweeping the U.S. at the time, and has lost none of its resonance today.
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