a film by Daniel Coche and Damien Fritsch, 32'
A totalitarian party holds a congress in the capital of Europe. Citizens, cultural associations, political organizations, all decide to react to this event.
The culmination of this citizen action is the March 29 demonstration, gathering more than 50,000 people. This film, shot in the very heart of the action, is a testimony of humanity. Without a shadow of a political speech, but with the complicity of the music in the streets, the film gives pride to faces, blends, colours, liberty, equality and fraternity .
© dora films 1997
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a film by Daniel Coche and Simone Fluhr, 34'
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