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Radicalized (2015)

Not Rated | | Documentary, News | 29 September 2015 (USA)
Radicalized is the definitive voice of a generation feature documentary film about the new American radical resistance told through the lens of an anarchist collective in Los Angeles.


Sam Slovick


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Credited cast:
Alex Alex
Anthony Anthony
Edxie Edxie
Emma Emma
Esho Esho
Jessica Jessica
Karo Karo
Bobby London Bobby London
Mikey Mikey
Ryan Ryan
Shaimaa Shaimaa
Shawn Shawn


Radicalized is a revolutionary film about political resistance in Los Angeles, California told through the eyes of a new generation of radicals in the social justice movement, where ideology meets reality and collides with the powers that be. This film contains footage of graphic police violence. Radicalized takes us inside this emerging consciousness, opening an intimate window into the gritty incubator of a millennial anarchist collective, cohabitating in a small apartment in a working class neighborhood, and into the streets. Recently, the collective launched a weekly radio show, 'On Resistance' (KPFK), asserting their evolving ideology while defining their role in the movement in Los Angeles and beyond.

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24 September 2015 | by wendy-22472See all my reviews

This is an important film which captures a historic time of change in our recent current events. The brave individuals who are featured in this film risked everything for causes they believed in. They were arrested and beaten, living in difficult environments without thought of themselves but rather focusing on the greater good. At the beginning of the film the collective members were positive and optimistic. As time goes on they become disenchanted and even lose hope.

The movie makers did a great job capturing their story: brilliant editing, filming, and music enhance the flow of this movie. Thousands of hours of film were cut down to create this l hour 57 minute film which still allowed the film to maintain the objective of those involved. The film is a reminder that we need to pay attention and not get complacent, we must ask questions, and "think while we can."

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