Freedom for the wolves has often meant death for the sheep!
"Freedom for the wolf "a film by Rupert Russell
Democracy doesn’t live by itself. It is not invulne- rable. It is being attacked on all sides.
There is no place for complacency as strong men get elected only to hollow out the very democratic institutions that have allowed them to gain power. By now, the pattern of abuse that leads to the rise of
“illiberal democracies” is well known. It usually starts with an attack on the separation of powers, on the freedom of expression and on the press. “ Freedom for the wolves has often meant death for the sheep” wrote Isaiah Berlin, one of democracy’s most astute observers. As the wolves rise again, how to resist ?
From Hong-Kong to Tunisia, from India to America, Rupert Russell’s Freedom for the Wolf is both a celebration of freedom and courage, and a visually stunning investigation into new forms of resistance.
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