The award-winning anti-war film “We Are Many” tells the story of the biggest global protest in history when in February 2003 over 15 million people around the world marched against the war in Iraq.
From Tony Benn and Noam Chomsky to Richard Branson and Brian Eno, a host of well-known politicians and celebrities recall their part in the protests. The film also picks up on smaller, odder protests including the man who climbed up the Sydney Opera House to paint “No War” on it and even a group of scientists who staged a demo in the South Pole.
Although the anti-war protests failed to stop the conflict, the film has important lessons for the present day. It shows what people can do when they feel strongly about something, how a large part of the world can be mobilised in a great cause.
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