Revolution?: What's Wrong with America? follows Dino Hatzopoulos' transition from an abandoned boy in Greece to a patriotic American man. He chronicles his early years facing a country caught up in WWII and then a Civil War. Dino discusses his life as a member of the Greek army before his departure of his homeland in search of a better life. He also sheds light on the emotions he endured as notable events and relationships impacted his perspective, particularly his connection with his estranged mother.
Dino Hatzopoulos was born in 1942 in a small village in Greece called Velesiotes. At the age of six years old, his father was killed during the civil war and his mother did not have the financial means to take care of five kids. As such, Dino was taken to an orphanage where he stayed for eight years.