On September 9, 2002, a scheduled appearance by former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu sparked heated debate at Montreal's Concordia University. By the end of the day, the "Concordia riot" had made international news, from CNN to Al-Jazeera. This film documents the fallout from that eventful day, following three young campus activists as they negotiate the most formative year of their lives. Filmmakers Ben Addelman and Samir Mallal jump into the fray with street-smart bravado and a handheld camera. Buoyed by the songs of hip-hop artist Buck 65, this film offers a tonic reflection on the current state of Canadian student activism and the enduring value of tolerance.

Ce film contient des scènes de violence. Pour public averti.

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  • réalisateur
    Samir Mallal
    Ben Addelman
  • producteur
    Adam Symansky
  • monteur
    Hannele Halm
    Ben Addelman
  • musique
    Buck 65
  • caméra
    Ben Addelman
    Samir Mallal
  • *
    Ben Addelman
    Samir Mallal
    Craig Lapp
    Samir Mallal
    Ben Addelman
    Austin Webb
  • montage son
    Leopoldo Gutierrez
  • *
    Chris Piggins
    Shelley Craig
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • graphiques
    Louise Overy
    Pierre Landry
  • producteur exécutif
    Sally Bochner

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  • Shmilfke

    This film is biased against 'Palestinians' in that it only shows scene in which they appear to be violent, uncivilized animals making completely irrational arguments.

    Shmilfke, 12 Sep 2012
  • jamielaidlaw

    NFB the historicalcultural conscience and curator of the Canadian enterprise.

    jamielaidlaw, 7 Sep 2011
  • RoryCurrie

    A great doc. Everyone should watch it. Its been 8 years, I wonder what has become of Noah and Aaron etc... NFB should do a follow up. Not just of the subjects in this film, but of people from all sorts of old productions.

    RoryCurrie, 13 Sep 2010