Gesu Squat (2013)

| Documentary, Family
'Gesu Squat' is a immersion documentary directed by Dimitri Petrovic. The movie recount the adventure of the squat 'Le Gesu'. The squat is located in Brussels close to major centers ... See full summary »

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Dimitri Petrovic

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'Gesu Squat' is a immersion documentary directed by Dimitri Petrovic. The movie recount the adventure of the squat 'Le Gesu'. The squat is located in Brussels close to major centers decisions. 'Le Gesu' is a old Jesuit monastery with a deconsecrated church. The director followed for a year and half the evolution of the squat, the family, children, artist and other people who are living into. The squat is would be the biggest squat in Europe. The film invites you to discover this organization to live together and this common struggle to live legally. Written by Anonymous

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Belgium

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French

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Belgium

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