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The Monopoly of Violence

Un pays qui se tient sage
2020 | 1 h 26 minUnder 12
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As anger and resentment grow in the face of social inequalities, many citizens-led protests are being repressed with an ever-increasing violence. In MONOPOLY OF VIOLENCE, David Dufresne gathers a panel of citizens to question, exchange and confront their views on the social order and the legitimacy of the use of force by the State.


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As anger and resentment grow in the face of social inequalities, many citizens-led protests are being repressed with an ever-increasing violence. In MONOPOLY OF VIOLENCE, David Dufresne gathers a panel of citizens to question, exchange and confront their views on the social order and the legitimacy of the use of force by the State.

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Directed by:
David Dufresne

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Journalist David Dufresne has collected numerous striking amateur images of police violence during the Yellow Vests movement in France and proposes a reflection on the order maintenance and the means devoted to it by political powers.

Directed by:
David Dufresne

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