Category Archives: Fine Films

The Take (2004)

Famed Canadian activist and author Naomi Klein and her husband Avi Lewis investigate Argentina’s young worker cooperative movement in this revelatory 2004 documentary film. The Take offers a look into what can happen when working class folks band together in the face of economic disaster and seize their own destinies. Margret Thatcher’s infamous claim that “there is no alternative” to neoliberal capitalism is critically undermined by this groundbreaking film. 

View the film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sug7bWxTuSo 

(Be sure to switch on English subtitles by clicking the video’s closed captions [cc] option if you aren’t a Spanish speaker.)

  

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Fall Double Feature

1) Inside Job -A brilliant documentary on the 2008 Financial Crisis, narrated by Matt Damon.

2) Salvador -For those interested in learning more about the Salvadorian Civil War, this Oliver Stone classic, starring James Woods, is right up your alley.

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