This black and white short film based on the WWII film "Prelude To Peace: Why We Fight" replaces the WWII film's era imagery with news footage and clips of notable Occupy Wall Street moments, as well as those of other Occupies around the
April 30, 2012

This black and white short film based on the WWII film "Prelude To Peace: Why We Fight" replaces the WWII film's era imagery with news footage and clips of notable Occupy Wall Street moments, as well as those of other Occupies around the nation.

It's a really interesting way to look at the movement, as if you're watching something that took place during someone else's lifetime.

[H/T Kormers]

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