Divide in Concord

Dividi a Concord
by Kris Kaczor 2013 82'

Concord, Massachusetts, is a small town with a glorious past. Here, in 1775, "the shot was fired that was heard around the world". Thus began the American Revolution. And it is here that about 50 years later Henry David Thoreau was born, the author of Walden, a reflection on simple living in natural surroundings. And this revolutionary spirit lives on in Jean Hill, an 84-year-old widow, staunchly fighting to have plastic bottles banned in Concord because of their disastrous effect on the environment.

Director:

Kris Kaczor

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23° Festival

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29 May -
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