A visual treatment of John Berger’s classic 1967 essay, “The Nature of Mass Demonstrations,” this film explores how demonstrations are always rehearsals for political revolution. At a time when millions are in the streets, this re-interrogation of the notion of protest, political violence, and rebellion is a necessary addition to our political imaginary.

 This filmed screened at the Oxford Film Festival and the New York City Independent Film Festival.

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