An investigation around the world about art as a possible instrument of peace. From Iran, where graffiti and rap became tools in fighting back the regime, to Burma, where monks acting in the tradition of Gandhi take on a dictatorship, moving on to Brazil, where musicians reach out to slum kids, and ending in Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon, where photography, music, and film have given a voice to those rarely heard. –Sao Pãulo International Film Festival
FNC '11 More of a traveloque than documentary looking at pockets of resistance in various countries around the world in a tidbit fashion. Film lacks any real kind of focus though highlighting several important issues. Time spent making the picture seems excessive given the lack of structure, focus and result. One interesting bit is the result of the worlds largest focused demonstration back in 2003: nothing.