The Monopoly of Violence | Melbourne Film Festival 2021

Par David Dufresne, 27 juillet 2021 | 678 Lectures

Using sociologist Max Weber’s assertion that the state claims the monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force as a jumping-off point, Dufresne begins a topical and detailed debate on the issue. Presenting a wealth of frequently shocking phone-shot footage of the gilet jaunes protests alongside the varied, revealing responses of academics, lawyers, philosophers, union officials, police officers and victims of police aggression, the film is a resonant clarion call for the rights of the citizen and the responsibilities of the State.

“A fascinating, conversation-starting documentary … [and] a work of tangible, visceral power.” – The Film Stage

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5.9.21 : Carte blanche à David Dufresne – Traverse - Bagnères de Bigorre

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