We feat. Arundhati Roy

We feat. Arundhati Roy

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John Ahni Schertow
November 23, 2006

We, is a fast-paced 64 minute documentary, produced by an “anonymous sympathiser,” who took the time to edit a video recording of Arundhati Roy’s Come September speech, interspersing it with “an impressive array of archival footage to illustrate themes and specific historical events. Contemporary music overlaid throughout the piece shifts the mood and quickens the pace. The result is a visual essay rather than a traditional documentary, perfectly suited to its creator’s intentions, which is to spread the anti-imperialist, social justice politics of Arundhati Roy everywhere.”

We is a completely free documentary, created and released anonymously on the internet. You can download it at weroy.org.

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