This documentary chronicles the spectacular defeat of Slobodan Milošević in October 2000—not by force of arms, as many had predicted, but by an ingenious nonviolent strategy of honest elections and massive civil disobedience, including rock concerts, the internet, spray-painted slogans, and a willingness to be arrested. Narrated by Martin Sheen, the film was honored with a George Foster Peabody Award. (2002, dir. Steve York, 56 min.)
This program is part of People Power, a film series that explores successful grassroots political movements around the world.
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