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This film is an one sided attempt to discredit the occupy movement. I do not have strong feelings one way or another about the movement, however I found the whole thing interesting and thought this film might shed some light on what we did not see in the media coverage. Unfortunately it is nothing more than a combination of recycled media footage and biased documentary style video narrated by a very opinionated fella who clearly has a political agenda. It's like being taken strait back to November and being stuck in a campaign commercial for over an hour. The host is introduced in an alley way in his cool guy sunglasses like something out of a 1980's after school special... It is so cheesy that it makes it nearly impossible to like him right off the bat. The beginning of the film does have have some descent editing, other than that I have nothing good to say about it.
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