This Is All of Us (2013)
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THIS IS ALL OF US is a strictly observational documentary film that follows four protestors from their private moments alone in the morning through to their convergence upon a large protest in downtown LA for May Day. It is about going from isolation to connection, about finding yourself through losing yourself, about being in the world in a way that is viscerally profound and emotionally unlike most things in life yet getting there is filled with the typical banalities and ups and downs of modern life. By going from private space to public participation the film unpacks the sometimes inaccessible images of the 'protestors' in the media. The story gets behind those images to reveal the simple humanity and universality of the participants.
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