Americans have a long tradition of political protest marches, and with the inclusion of Trump in the presidency, it has not exactly become less to protest against. Working in protest is a documentary in 15 chapters, consisting of observational footage filmmakers from the company Rumur made of various demonstrations and street protests in the United States. Recordings extend over a period of thirty years, albeit mainly from the turn of the millennium.
Portrait of activism. The first chapter shows people who have taken to the streets to show their disgust at a planned Ku Klux Klan march in North Carolina 3. December 2016 – which in turn should celebrate Trump's victory in the presidential election a month earlier. The worrying situation is perhaps best summed up by one of those attending: “I never thought I would live in a world where the Ku Klux Klan is so connected to the political process. That's why I just have to do something. ”After moving to the ever-changing site where the clan announces on Twitter that they are going to march, protesters manage to prevent the racist Trump flag from being carried out.
Filmmakers continue to film and publish protests on their website, and the documentary is thus a work in progress.
Not all the street protests portrayed in Working in. . .
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