2003, 10:00 minutes, colour, English
Assembled from footage captured at a non-violent anti-poverty march on October 15, 2002, after a police strike force began randomly arresting participants.
Protests can be like swimming in a stormy ocean propelled by forced beyond your control, time is stretched and compressed; and action moves too quickly to comprehend, or too slowly to be believed. The experience can only be made sense of in retrospect.
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