Movie | suitable for youth/adults
Documentary filmmaker Håvard Bustnes gets in touch with the right-wing extremist party Gyllen daggry in Greece, for a period where many prominent leaders are imprisoned. Bustnes interviews a wife, a daughter and a mother who has now taken over the management, and while they regularly stop the interviews to ensure that it went the way they want, Bustnes only lets the camera go. The resulting material, supplemented by archival recordings, leaves no room for doubt about the alarming standpoint of this political party, revealing an ever-widening gap between clear facts and political games.
1t 32m – English speech, norwegian text – 12 years
90 (ordinary)/60 (member)/0 (a-member)