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ABOUT THE MOVIE
American Autumn: an occudoc not only offers answers for those who continue to ask: “what does the occupy movement stand for? What are our demands?” — it offers a challenge and an invitation to engage with the movement.

Reviews:
“(American Autumn) is calm and smart, offsetting its stridency with discussion, music, even humor, while issuing a call to arms.” – New York Times

“American Autumn” impresses most where many docs disappoint, expanding its scope without short-changing the wider subjects it covers.” – Variety

“… this necessary and informative documentary looks at the faces behind the Occupy Wall Street movement… it is an effective, and heartfelt, clarion call.” -New York Daily News

“an impassioned celebration of the Occupy Wall Street movement” – Hollywood Reporter

David Swanson, reviewing the film on MichaelMoore.com, writes
“we now have a film of our own. This is not amateur hour. This is a movie as well made, in technical terms, as any Hollywood blockbuster with Pentagon funding. (…) American Autumn moves, like Occupy, beyond the streets. We watch home foreclosure resistance in action. We see a movement building the demand for Medicare for All. We see the activism and the personal stories of horrendous and unjust, unnecessary suffering — combined with the determination to push back and to do so long-term, relentlessly. We see labor come into the movement and the possibility realized of persuading organized labor to act on its own behalf and all of ours. War and the war economy take the stage as central opponents of peace and justice. Student debt, the environment, energy, agriculture, homelessness, the prison business, and money in elections: these crises and the organizing around them are brought together by resistance to government by the 1%.”