On October 15, 2011, thousands of people gathered at the Vancouver Art Gallery to support the global Occupy movement. As the day progressed, hundreds of people set up tents and turned the art gallery plaza into an encampment equipped with a first-aid station, media tent, a functioning kitchen and a library. This sudden occupation of public property in the middle of downtown Vancouver was followed closely by the media and remained a spectacle for 39 days. The Occupation follows the movement through the lives of those living at the Occupy Vancouver encampment. BCIT journalism students Rafferty Baker and Matthew J. Van Deventer documented the rise and fall of Occupy Vancouver from the pitching of the first tent to the occupants forced exodus.
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The Occupation Soap2Day - I liked the gorgeous play of the actors and the general atmosphere, which throughout 83 minutes was a great background for the development of a non-banal plot.
Quite unlike other films in the genre Documentary, History, News, it was a real discovery for me, a wonderful story with incredibly interesting characters.
One of the most memorable films of , with such an unpredictable and spectacular ending, definitely, bravo to the excellent cast.
Another work of , and another sensation in the world of cinema, a chic film with an unusual storyline, which is crowned by an unexpected ending.
Multi-faceted and talented, were so organic in the film that now for me they are primarily associated with these roles.