Only a Free Individual Can Create a Free Society (2014)

Only a Free Individual Can Create a Free Society revisits discussions that Schwindt witnessed during her childhood, surrounded by radical leftwing individuals in Frankfurt, Germany. The ... See full summary »

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Grace Schwindt

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Grace Schwindt

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Credited cast:
Rachel Burn Rachel Burn ... Dancer
Khamlane Halsackda Khamlane Halsackda ... Dancer
Sebastian Langueneur Sebastian Langueneur ... Dancer
Dean James Lee Dean James Lee ... Dancer
Edward Pearce Edward Pearce ... Dancer
Anwar Russell Anwar Russell ... Dancer
Monique Smith-McDowell Monique Smith-McDowell ... Dancer
Sunniva Vikor Egenes Sunniva Vikor Egenes ... Dancer
Flora Wellesley Wesley Flora Wellesley Wesley ... Dancer
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Only a Free Individual Can Create a Free Society revisits discussions that Schwindt witnessed during her childhood, surrounded by radical leftwing individuals in Frankfurt, Germany. The text, which appears in various forms throughout the film, is based on an interview that she recorded over the telephone with a former radical leftwing activist who took part in the student movement in Germany in the 60s and 70s. She questions how freedom was, and is, understood, who has access to it and what political and social structures need to be in place to create a free society. Dancers in theatrical sets, situated on a hill overlooking London, recite the interview while carrying out a precisely constructed choreography. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

September 2014 (Germany) See more »

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