Hank Rearden rejects a government offer to buy the rights to his new metal, a conflict dramatizing the difference between individualism and collectivism. (Scene from Atlas Shrugged Part 1) Also see:  Dagny confronts JamesRearden and his dependents
Hank Rearden indulges his ungrateful brother with a contribution and gets a political warning from a friend. These scenes illustrate the meaning of money. (Scene from Atlas Shrugged Part 1) Also see:  Dagny confronts James > Rearden Metal is not for sale
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July 25, 2010 -- I spoke with Dagny Taggart the other night. “It’s a huge honor to be part of this film,” said Taylor Schilling, who plays the heroine in John Aglialoro’s independent production of Atlas Shrugged . Tuesday evening, July 20, marked the completion of filming. We caught up with Aglialoro and his team in a weary but ebullient mood as shooting wrapped after an intense five-week schedule.
Editor's Note: John Aglialoro, a trustee of The Atlas Society, has worked for nearly two decades to produce a movie of Ayn Rand ’s magnum opus, Atlas Shrugged . Now he has reached his goal. The film is scheduled for release April 15, 2011. 

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