While the media attempted to dive deep into the social implications and issues surrounding the recent “Occupy Wall Street” movement, which spread in the U.S. and worldwide, relatively little was reported on the alleged violent rapes, robberies and assaults that took place in Occupy’s swarms of tents and sleeping bags.
But audiences will soon be exposed to a darker view of the activist movement, seen through the lens of award-winning documentary filmmakers Citizen United Productions. Directed by Stephen K. Bannon and produced by David N. Bossie, “Occupy Unmasked” takes cameras into the Occupy camps in New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Portland, Denver and Oakland, documenting instances of brutality and profanity that took place.
The film features the late Andrew Breitbart, who worked tirelessly on the project prior to his unexpected death in March.
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