The Marching Quixotes
Directed by Florencia Davidzon
Members of the 15M movement walk to Madrid 30 days to submit their demands to the Par
- Social Issues, Adventure, Contemporary Issues, Docu-Fiction, and Politics
This film portrays the journey of indignate people, part of the 15M movements in Barcelona, who walk to Madrid to submit theifr demands to the Spanish Parliament. Their desire to change the world and to build a more inclusive place â€“ a place for all to thrive â€“ through an original approach will impact their community, their country, and the world. Most importantly, this experience will transform them forever. This is a political journey film in the form of a testimony that follows historic events while creatively pointing out through a fictional Don Quixote-like character the difficulties and possibilities of collective actions behind an idea.
- Running time
- 81 minutes
- Florencia Davidzon ... Director, Co-Producer, Writer, Cinematographer
- Prod. Co.
- Orale Productions LLC
- United States
- Years of Production
- Release year
- Oregon film awards
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